Scientists are closing in on the genes linked to autism. So why is Ari Ne'eman so worried?
By Claudia Kalb NEWSWEEKPublished May 16, 2009 From the magazine issue dated May 25, 2009
A few lines from the article:
Neurodiversity activists see their mission as a fight for civil rights, and Ne'eman and others are willing to stir unrest. "Ari's very straightforward," says Lee Grossman, head of the Autism Society of America, who supports many of Ne'eman's efforts. "He tells it like it is from his perspective."
"We're having a national conversation about autism without the voices of people who should be at the center of that conversation."
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