Scientists Discover What Causes Schizophrenia

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"Researchers publish new findings about how psychiatric disorder develops. Scientists were able to track brain activity that can increase a person's chance of developing schizophrenia. The results were published in the journal Nature.
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"The most of people would want a friend to tell them if they were diagnosed with schizophrenia, but only a few persons say they would tell friends if they themselves were diagnosed."

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