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The Centre for Disease Control (CDC) has identified about 1 in 68 children with ASD. Studies completed by the CDC report that these rates are significantly higher for boys, about 1 in 42 for boys and 1 in 189 for girls. Boys are diagnosed more frequently with ASD because they are at an increased risk of developing the disorder. Read more about the prevalence of Autism here.