Autism is diagnosed on external behaviors exhibited but there are many comorbid conditions that are common, and treatable.

Biomedical treatment is the term many people used for a group of interventions which are designed to stop, or at least reduce, the effect of biomedical problems (such as gastrointestinal abnormalities, immune dysfunctions, detoxification abnormalities, and/or nutritional deficiencies or imbalances).

The supporters of biomedical interventions believe that these biomedical problems act as triggers which cause, or make worse, many of the problems faced by people on the autism spectrum. They believe that those problems can be solved, or at least reduced, by following one or more biomedical interventions.

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