Holden Thorp’s diagnosis can inspire

Holden Thorp, former chancellor of the University of North Carolina and one of the smartest people I have known, made a startling announcement last week. In the April 28 edition of "Science," the magazine he edits, he wrote, "I am autistic. I have had my diagnosis for several years but have only come to the conclusion to be public about it over the last year." (Salisbury Post)


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