Archived | Whose DNA Is It, Anyway? | Circa October 24, 1997 #AutisticHistory

SCIENCE magazine, Oct. 24, 1997 Whose DNA Is It, Anyway? Eliot Marshall Three NIH institutes are trying to open up collections of DNA to spur hunts for disease genes, but clinicians fear that molecular biologists will skim the cream off years of their painstaking work Jonathan Shestack, co-founder of Cure Autism Now "I thought the …

Archived | Autism Speaks: New Developments In Autism Clinical Trials | Circa January 2004 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Download PDF d_200707_CANCONSENSUSDownload Jump to: New Developments in Autism Clinical Trials Outcome Measures for Clinical Drug Trials in Autism Subject Selection and Characterization in Clinical Trials in Children with Autism Impact of Recent Findings on Study Design of Future Autism Clinical Trials Autism Clinical Trials: Biological and Medical Issues in Patient Selection and Treatment Response …

Archived | Cure Autism Now: Autism Screening & Diagnostic Evaluation: CAN Consensus Statement | Circa March 1998 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Screenshot of the newsletter front page. d_200707_canconsensusDownload Feature Article CNS Spectrums Journal March 1998 Published in the CNS Spectrums Journal Volume 3 -Number 3 • March 1998 Autism Screening and Diagnostic Evaluation: CAN Consensus Statement EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Discuss the usefulness of a simple screening tool for autism and pervasive developmental disorders.Identify appropriate neurodevelopmental evaluations in …

Archived | Auction of Rare Corvette Raises $121,000 for Autism Speaks | Circa August 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Auction of Rare Corvette Raises $121,000 for Autism SpeaksA rare Corvette Z06, donated by General Motors, raised $121,000 for Autism Speaks this past weekend at the 2007 Monterey Sports & Classic Car Auction. Car collector John O'Quinn of Houston, Texas, was the winning bidder, with a final bid of $110,000. The final amount of the …

Archived | Autism Speaks: CAN Co-founder Publishes Book on Autism | Circa April 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Autism Speaks: CAN Co-founder Publishes Book on Autism Portia Iversen, Cure Autism Now co-founder, has just released her long-awaited book Strange Son: Two Mothers, Two Sons, and the Quest to Unlock the Hidden World of Autism. Iversen and her husband Jon Shestack founded CAN to find a cure and increase understanding of those affected by autism, …

Archived | ‘New’ Autism Speaks Gathers in Capital | Circa March 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

'New' Autism Speaks Gathers in Capital Volunteers, Field Staff and Leadership Celebrate Gains of 2006, Plan New Initiatives for 2007 Heeding repeated calls to serve the autism community as “one strong voice,” nearly 240 staff and volunteers of the newly combined Autism Speaks and Cure Autism Now, or CAN, joined forces in Washington, D.C. March …

Archived | Teletubbies Auction to Benefit Autism Speaks | Circa March 2007 #NotAnAutisticAlly

Teletubbies Auction to Benefit Autism Speaks™  Ragdoll Ltd. and Isaac Mizrahi Team Up To Sell Limited Edition Handbags Ragdoll Ltd, creators of the iconic Teletubbies, has sealed an exclusive deal with famous Teletubbies fan and designer, Isaac Mizrahi. As part of the high-profile partnership, Mr. Mizrahi will design five limited-edition handbags inspired by the Teletubbies …