Anti-cancer drug improves autism-like behaviors in mouse experiments

New research from the University at Buffalo has shown an approved anticancer drug significantly restoring the social deficits associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). At this stage the effect has only been demonstrated in animal models but this promising research could pave the way for a therapeutic drug that helps restore social and communication skills in people with ASD…
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