Michael Willett and Mitchell Traylor are young warriors in the fight to find a treatment for autism.
“You doing OK Michael?” asks a research scientist at the University of Louisville where he is one of several young people with autism participating in a study.
“Yeah,” Michael says quietly and simply. It’s now estimated 1 in 110 children is born with a type of autism. Their brains work fine. In some cases, they’re brilliant. But there’s a misfire. Different parts of the brain can’t communicate the way they should.
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