University of Miami medical school gets $20 million gift to fight autism
Miami Herald, August 28, 2009
Geneticists at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine say a $20 million philanthropic gift will bring them a step closer to cracking the genetic code of autism and other complex disorders. The money will be used for technological upgrades that will allow scientists to analyze the DNA of thousands of people with autism and their families.
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