Id say it has alot to do with the severity of the condition and what exactly does the so-called "cure" involve. As who people are consists of both biological and environmental components, the genes setting the base of billions options of what you can become and the environment- the conditions and life experience, evolve us to who we are. As for the gener, the part making up ASD is fractional in the amount of genes inherited and as for me already being an adult, my memories and life experience remains the same, therefore i would most likely still be me after the so called cure unless its accompanied with major brain damage and memory loss. I would assume taking the cure would be pretty much like taking antidepressants-the medication would most likely be focused on simply alleviating the bad symptoms associated with ASD, in which case, if no health risks involved, i would take it. As for the oppinion everybody wanting to take the cure are so-called traitors, as then all aspies would be made to take it is a far-fetched statement. nobodycan make you take any medication while your still deemed to have mental capacity. And even when you dont you often have the option of declining. I know what im talking about, i work in care. You cannot force people to take their meds, even if they have dementia you cant unless theres specific paperwork in place to show they will suffer significant harm or even death if they dont take it. If your happy with the way you are, by all means, keep it that way. I, however have spent half my life wishing just to forget each and every day i been through and the other half that my mother had taken the advice of abortion before i was born. I grew up in a rather old-fashioned family with parents fixated on their ideas what children should be like and who they should become, thus being a constant letdown, constantly compared to my sister who fit their ideals. school was a nightmare, constantly being bullied by classmates for being "strange" or "different", i was never able to make any real friends like the rest. The constant stress level build up due to the overcrowded and unfriendly school envoironments often resulted me having a fever every evening and ending up sick almost every few weeks as unlike the rest i dont unwind as easily and most of my energy is spent day-in, day-out to shutting myself in my room, in my own world, pretending RL is just a dream and i actually am someone else, somewhere else where there is either no people, or people very different from the ones i see on a day to day basis. As this is the only way i cope. I hate the fact i dont often understand other people, despite i speak the language fine. Especially if they got a tiny bit of local accent or even if they just use a phone, it often modifies the voice enough for me to no longer understand someone. I hate the fact i cant seem to make any friends despite i really really want to, i simply cannot seem to connect to people. I hate i cant multitask and am extremely forgetful because my head is filled with so much worries, because the way i am everything seems ten times harder than it should be, than it seems to be for anyone else. There are so many things i want to do, but i cant, because i cant drive, whether or not i tried to learn for it, because my processing speed is simply too slow, not to mention the lack of my spacial awareness and observation skills, busses make me feel anxious and confused and i find it terrifying to go to unfamiliar places by myself, and since i got no friends im stuck. I cant cope with full time employment like the rest, am unable to enjoy physical intimacy, am constantly struggling with social cues ending up people thinking of me as weird or sometimes accusing me of being downright rude and i simply cannot understand why, being rotated around at work causes anxiety and panicing and i could go on and on. So if there was a cure that would help me live my life to the full and allow me to be who i want to be without the constant stress, fear and exclusion/isolation, bring it on. As i said, i think the answer to the question is subject very much to the differences between each and every case and the difference of the quality of life it would bring.
As for the prenatal, i would steer very carefully with that, unless proven to be 100% accurate, i wouldnt trust it. Untill then avoid at all costs, id say.