Autism, Mitochondria, and the Latest Research

Monday, November 30th 2020 1:08am 0 min read
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In some patients with autism, mitochondrial dysfunction may be a key contributor to their symptoms. Researcher Suzanne Goh, MD, has participated in research aimed at identifying how often and when mitochondrial dysfunction plays a role.

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