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Early medication seen as key to ADHD treatment

Stephen Faraone, PhD

Stephen Faraone, PhD

If your child has ADHD, it‘s better to start medical treatment early, so the child keeps up with his or her peers, says Stephen Faraone, PhD, a distinguished professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at Upstate. Faraone, an expert in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, explains its many facets, including its tendency to run in families, the reluctance of some people toward medication, and the hopes for genetic research.

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