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Autistica is the largest medical charity in the UK raising funds into early diagnosis of, and treatments for autism. Autistica supports top UK autism researchers in the fields of genetics, brain tissue and neuroscience, who are making ground-breaking advances that will provide a better quality of life for people with autism and thier families.
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1. TO PROMOTE, FACILITATE AND SUPPORT RESEARCH INTO THE CAUSES, TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF AUTISM; AND 2. TO DISSEMINATE, EXCHANGE AND DEVELOP INFORMATION AND IDEAS REGARDING THE CAUSES, TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF AUTISM.
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