A Wired magazine article on the current measles outbreak in Minnesota cited ICI's study, published in 2013, that found that Somali children were about as likely as white children to be identified with autism. The article also quoted the study's lead author, Amy Hewitt, who pointed out that the study found that Somali children with autism were much more likely to be diagnosed with intellectual disabilities than their non-Somali counterparts.
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