An Insight into Treatment-Resistant Schizophrenia

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"Out of the 1 in 100 people that are diagnosed with Schizophrenia, a few will unsuccessfully trial medications until they realise they are treatment-resistant. In a last bid attempt to free themselves of a lifetime of delusions and hearing voices, the last resort drug Clozapine is prescribed- while it may be the closest thing to a magic bullet, it has potentially life-threatening side effects.

Jasmine Singh reports."


"There can be life after schizophrenia: in my own case, nearly thirty years of a very satisfying and rewarding, though not always easy, existence."


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