Meet Parents Who Tried to Treat Their Son’s Autism with Stem Cells

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Autism affects an estimated 1 in 54 kids in the United States, and some parents are willing to try anything to help their kids. Scientific evidence has been lacking, but Duke University has been running clinical trials testing cord blood for autism since 2014. Meet parents Rich and Ashley who were part of Duke’s initial study. Find out what happened after their son Richie got the treatment.

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