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Controversial New Movement: Autistic and Proud -- Activists Say Stop Looking for a Cure and Accept Autistic People as They Are

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Ari Ne'eman and Kristina Chew say they are the faces and voices of autism's future.

They're part of a controversial group hoping to radically change the way others look at autism. Their message: Stop the search for a cure and begin celebrating autistic people for their differences. It's a message that has some parents of autistic children bewildered and angry.

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