An outbreak of autism amongst refugees.

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  • "Conclusion The analysis shows a higher prevalence of autism in Somali, Black African and Black Caribbean children which is at least twice the prevalence in all other ethnic groups in our borough

    A clinical psychologist once told me that black Caribbeans are the least likely ethnic group, in Britain, to have Asperger syndrome, high-functioning ASD, or dyspraxia. He doesn't have any clear figures for black Africans due to small numbers and high diversity of such people.

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