This is from The Autism Site
Study Says We All Have Autism Genes. Here’s What That Means
A common saying among the autism community is “If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism.” This is because autism is a spectrum disorder, with a wide variety of severities and expressions of symptoms. But one study, published in late March 2016, suggests that the autism spectrum is even broader than you may have believed.
To understand this, we have to first look at the incredibly complex genetic component of autism. In terms of a person’s internal wiring, autism is likely caused by two things: thousands of gene variants sprinkled across the genome that don’t do much individually but have a big impact when combined; and, a little more rarely, a few mutated genes that also pack a sucker punch. Read More at The Autism Site…