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There is a saying that goes "Necessity is the mother of invention." That philosophy parallels Evelyn Springs' mission – to find a cure for autism.
Since her grandson, Malik, was diagnosed with autism at age 2, Springs has tried to educate herself about the brain disorder that affects a child's social interaction and communication at an early age.
About one out of every 500 children is diagnosed with autism and the disorder is four or five times more prevalent in males.
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