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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at girls and autism introduced.
(Oregon: John Donvan) The question of whether autism may be more prevalent among girls than previously thought examined; scenes shown of a girl-only teen support group for the autistic and of one girl, Kaede Sakai, interacting in school; details given about how girls can fake being normal. [Fay J. Linder Center for Autism Shana NICHOLS, autism researcher Brenda MYLES- say the girls are being missed.] [Asperger's mother Kristi SAKAI- comments on her daughter.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Donvan, John
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