Clinic for autistic children opening at NMSU

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NMSU is making it easier for parents to have their kids tested for autism. 

The university says many New Mexico families are having to wait 2-3 years to get their kids diagnosed since they can only do it in Albuquerque. However, a new clinic is opening this year on the Las Cruces campus. 

NMSU says it can make a big difference, since early treatment can help prevent a child from developing associated issues. 

The state legislature approved funding for the clinic during this year’s session. 

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