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Lack of benefit of a single dose of synthetic human secretin in the treatment of autism and pervasive developmental disorder.

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Authors
Adrian D. Sandler, Kelly A. Sutton, Jeffrey DeWeese, Mary Alice Girardi, Victoria Sheppard, James W. Bodfish
Title
Lack of benefit of a single dose of synthetic human secretin in the treatment of autism and pervasive developmental disorder.
Journal
New England Journal of Medicine
Year
1999
Volume
341
Issue
24
Page(s)
pp. 1801-1806
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Publication Format
Journal Article
Efficacy Study/Review
Yes
Scientific Validity
Placebo, Peer-Reviewed, Double Blind, Controlled Trial, Randomised Trial
Keywords
Adolescent / Secondary School Age, Autism, Autistic Disorder, Biomedical, Child/Children, Hormones, Human, Intervention, Intravenous, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (Not Otherwise Specified), Pre-School / Toddlers, Primary / Elementary School Age, Secretin, Single Dose

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