Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Autism’s gender patterns

Having one child with autism is a well-known risk factor for having another one with the same disorder, but whether and how a sibling's gender influences this risk has remained largely unknown. Now new research has, for the first time, successfully quantified the likelihood that a family who has one child with autism would have another one with the same disorder based on the siblings' gender.
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