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Autism in the News – 03.04.11

DBA International Golf Outing Raises Tens of Thousands for Autism Speaks (McClean, Va.)
The Third Annual Autism Speaks-DBA International Charity Golf Outing raised more than $35,000 to benefit Autism Speaks, whose mission is to change the future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorders, and the DBA International Legislative Fund. Read more.

Autistic professor Temple Grandin inspires crowd (Springfield, Mo.)
Temple Grandin, who didn’t talk until she was 3 1/2 because of autism, didn’t have to utter a word Thursday before she got her first standing ovation at Drury University. Read more.

NCC concert just for autistic kids and their families (Naperville Sun)
Children with autism and other special needs and their families are invited to enjoy a classical music concert free of charge. Read more.

A New Game is Served in Benefit of Autism Speaks (Key Biscayne, Fla.)
Prestigious Pro-Am Tennis Event takes place in beautiful Key Biscayne, FL, benefiting Autism Speaks. Professionals invited for this year’s event include Flavia Penetta, Gisela Dulko, Leander Paes, Guillermo Cañas and Nicolas Lapentti. Read more.



  1. David Jones
    March 5, 2011 at 12:13 am

    The govt created autism with their mercury preservative in childhood vacinations.
    Of course now they act like they dont know the cause.If the numbers of autism are
    increasing,either they are still using mercury or they have found something else
    with a greater effect to cause autism.FDA a govt entity in charge of our health,
    the real problem here is they get paid from people who make money from us being
    sick or having a condition.Conditions or death caused from drugs that were
    approved wrongfully or prematurely doesnt matter to the drug companies.They make
    more money by making people sick even if it is from their own drugs.

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