Birt, Liz; Lopez, Maurice
May 2000
Mothering;May/Jun2000, Issue 100, p53
Focuses on efforts of the parents of autistic child Matthew to find treatment to their child's disorder in Chicago, Illinois. Occurrence of Matthew's autism; Medical examinations undergone to determine the cause of the disorder; Medical condition of Matthew; Encouragement for other parents to demand thorough medical care for their autistic child.


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