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Michigan Company Chosen for South Dakota Autism Services Study

Michigan Company Chosen for South Dakota Autism Services Study

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The South Dakota Departments of Human Services and Labor and Regulation have chosen Health Management Associates to conduct a state-wide study on autism spectrum disorders. The Lansing, Michigan based company will be looking at several pieces of information says Secretary of the Department of Human Services, Gloria Pearson…

Pearson says the study will serve the state in the future.

She says anyone interested in offering information to the study will have the opportunity during public forums.

The study will be completed by November 15th of this year.

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