Letters: Fumarase, Primary, Autistic Son Listeners respond to stories about fumarase, a genetic disease afflicting children living in a polygamist community; commentaries on the primary process and clothes dryers; and Donald Rosenstein's "This I Believe" essay about his autistic son.
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Letters: Fumarase, Primary, Autistic Son

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Letters: Fumarase, Primary, Autistic Son

Letters: Fumarase, Primary, Autistic Son

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Liane Hansen reads letters reacting to stories about fumarase, a genetic disease that has afflicted some of the children living in the polygamist community in Arizona; Daniel Schorr's commentary on the primary process; Diane Roberts' commentary on the right to tumble dry; and Donald Rosenstein's "This I Believe" essay about his autistic son.