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Autism-linked protein crucial for feeling pain

07:00 EST 1 Dec 2016 | Medical Xpress

Sensory problems are common to autism spectrum disorders. Some individuals with autism may injure themselves repetitively—for example, pulling their hair or banging their heads—because they're less sensitive to pain than other people.

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