Friday, March 14, 2008

ARI's Biomedical Survey Analysis Tool Available Online

March 14 2008

In the mail:

Since 1967, the Autism Research Institute (ARI) has enables parents to take part in surbeys to determine which treatments are most beneficial, as well as most harmful, to individuals with autism.

Recently an Internet program has been developed by ARI that allows parents to utilize the treatment database survey, the largest in the world, to help determine which treatments to consider trying (or possibly avoiding) for their children.

Using the program is easy.
Parents rate 1 to 4 treatments used in the past.
The program then searches ARI's treatment database (more than 25,000 records), summarizing how children who responded to the same treatment(s) responded to other treatments.

For example: if a child responded well to melatonin, the program will provide a list of additional treatments that benefited children who also responded well to melatonin.

There is no charge to use this program.

To learn more:


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