Study finds environment more important to predicting autism risk than genetics

The Stanford Daily | July 14, 2011

According to a recent study by researchers at the UC-San Francisco and Stanford on autism in twins, environmental factors are more predictive of autism risk than genetic factors. The study found that environmental factors make up 62 percent of the risk of autism while genetics, originaly thought to have been 90 percent, make up 38 percent.

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