Drug improves social skills of autism patients in US trials
A new drug can improve social skills in both adults and children with autism, scientists have revealed.
The studies showed that those on the spectrum would be helped to be able to empathise with others. Scientists at Stanford University in the USA are excited about these revelations. The name of the drug is Vasopressin.
There is no cure for Autism, however research increasingly indicates that earlier therapy can have a markedly beneficial effect.