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Vitamin B-9 and Autism Clinical Trials

This page provides details of ongoing research into vitamin B-9 and people on the autism spectrum.

If you know of any other trials we should include please email info@researchautism.net with the details. Thank you.

  • Baylor College of Medicine is currently running a trial into the use of folic acid for people with autism spectrum disorders. Clinical Trials Gov Ref: NCT00672360. For more details, please see Folate Rechallenge Full Item (Open in New Window)
  • Central Hospital, Nancy, France is running a study to determine the efficiency of folinic acid treatment on autistic symptoms in children suffering from autism spectrum disorder. Clinical Trials Gov Ref: NCT02551380.  For more details, please see Folinic Acid in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders (EFFET) Full Item (Open in New Window)
  • Emory University is running a study to determine evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of high-dose folinic acid for improving the closely associated symptoms of language impairment in children with ASD Clinical Trials Gov Ref: NCT02839915.  For more details, please see Folinic Acid and Language Impairment in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Full Item (Open in New Window)
Quick link:
http://researchautism.net/vitamin-B-9-clinical-trials
Updated
22 Jul 2016