Response: A Response to Blaxill, Baskin, and Spitzer on Croen et al. (2002), “The Changing Prevalence of Autism in California”

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Croen, L.A., Grether, J.K. Response: A Response to Blaxill, Baskin, and Spitzer on Croen et al. (2002), “The Changing Prevalence of Autism in California”. J Autism Dev Disord 33, 227–229 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1022964132203

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