• Finding a Link between Xenoestrogens and Autism

    1 month ago - By Bond Life Sciences Center

    California mice | photo by Roger Meissen, Bond LSC
    By Becca Wolf | Bond LSC
    It's hard to see a family member treated differently because of a behavior disorder, but those with relatives diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder know its impact. Since it affects how people act, communicate, and learn, people with ASD often get bullied or feel left out because of these behaviors.
    Sarabjit Kaur, a former undergraduate researcher in the Cheryl Rosenfeld lab at the Bond Life Sciences Center, witnessed this stigma firsthand growing up with a brother who is autistic. Going to college, she knew she...
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