We trace the history of autism, going back to Eugen Bleuler, and especially medical hero Leo Kanner. But what many now call "autism" is much different from what Kanner described, and an increasing number of voices suggest that this has led us horribly astray.
That's why we spotlight the work of Michael J. Goldberg, MD—a modern day Martin Arrowsmith—who sees a neuro-immune connection in affected kids, even if they do show some signs of classic Kanner autism.
I think he's onto something...and you might just agree.
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