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No Increased CVD Event Risk With ADHD Meds in Kids With Autism

03:18 EST 8 Nov 2019 | Medscape

A database analysis of more than 300,000 individuals concludes there is no increased risk for adverse cardiovascular events associated with the use of stimulant medications by children and youth with autism.
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