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foto del ASATLa Asociación para la Ciencia en el Tratamiento del Autismo (ASAT), parece resurgir a través de su nuevo número de verano 2009 (en inglés).

En este número se tratan temas como las vacunas y el autismo. Se tratan también las dietas, incluyendo el enlace a un interesante artículo al respecto en el New York Times y al último estudio de Pediatrics en el que se echa por tierra la necesidad de las dietas para la población autista.

De interés también es la entrevista al doctor Barret, famoso por su lucha contra los tratamientos pseudocientíficos.

Association for Science in Autism Treatment 

August 31, 2009


Inside this first issue, you will find:

  • Featured Article on Vaccines and Autism
  • Interview with Dr. Stephen Barrett
  • Review of "Parent's Guide to Research"
  • Comments on Spreckley and Boyd (2009)
  • Clinical Corner: Focus on Toilet Training
  • Discussion of Chelation Treatment
  • Tributes to Dr. Ted Carr

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Welcome to Science in Autism Treatment!

Dear Jorge,

The Summer 2009 issue of is now available at:

We are pleased to have a subscription base of over 2,500 individuals from 49 states and 64 countries.  You are all set to receive future issues of our newsletter; however, we would welcome your support in helping to disseminate accurate information about autism and its treatment.  To this end, please invite others to sign up for this free e-newsletter at  Feel free to forward this email to other interested parties as well by using the link to the left.

We want to acknowledge the over twenty organizations that have participated in our 2009 sponsorship initiative. Please see page 15.   If you would like to make a donation to ASAT, please complete the donor card on page 20.  Your support will enable us to continue to offer this newsletter free of charge.

Our plans for the Fall 2009 issue of Science in Autism Treatment are well underway. Stay tuned and thank you for your support of science in the treatment of autism.

David Celiberti, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Josh Pritchard, M.S., BCBA
Co-Editors of Science in Autism Treatment

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