UBC research closes in on genetic markers in FASD

New research from the University of British Columbia, reported by CBC, is looking at genetic markers for damage done by prenatal exposure to alcohol, and ultimately, hoping to develop an early screening measure for the disorder.  Early intervention, while not able to erase the damage done, can improve the child’s cognitive and social functioning, as has been seen with Down’s Syndrome and ASD.

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