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The Health Report: Pandemic-related delays in treating autism

This week on the Georgia Health Report, host Lauren Baggett and Andy Miller of Georgia Health News discuss the long delays many families are experiencing, due in part to the pandemic, as they seek autism treatment for their kids.

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