We must be much better Caretakers of our Genetic Legacy

Jill Escher’s quest could help solve autism mystery

We must be much better caretakers of our genetic legacy
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Jill Escher, a dark-haired dynamo of smarts and stamina, was gently stopping her son, Jonny, 14, from ripping up the mail. He had just emptied spice bottles on the table to make finger paints. Upstairs, Escher’s daughter, Sophie, 7, was sending out incomprehensible cries. It could mean that Sophie had opened a box of crayons, eaten some and rubbed the rest into the carpet, or smeared a tube of toothpaste on the mirror. And while Escher tried to calm Sophie, Jonny could be tossing his iPad over the fence, tearing all the ivories off the piano, chewing the furniture or wandering out into traffic. ”

Continue reading We must be much better caretakers of our genetic legacy, by Jane Kay, with Jill Escher, 07 July 2013

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