Why Have There Not Been Any Clinical Trials for Experimental Autism Treatment?

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Neurologist Dr. Spencer Miller shares that in his clinic they keep a data-set on each patient and they follow the CAR score, which is the childhood autism rating scale, but there is not a unified way of measuring what autism is because it’s a spectrum that doesn’t even have a cause that we know yet. Both Dr. Miller and Neurologist Dr. Lindsay Oberman agree that they’d love to see a clinical trial done for MeRT treatments.

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