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The drugs prescribed to treat symptoms of schizophrenia haven’t changed much in the last half-century. Now, advances in genetic studies could help scientists develop new — and better — treatments.
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Unraveling the genetics behind brain disorders may offer hope to millions of patients.
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The researcher discusses potential risk factors for depression and schizophrenia.
  • People Behind the Science
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Turning off a group of cells in the mouse brain can produce behaviors relevant to schizophrenia.
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Marked by disturbances in thinking, cognition, emotional reactions, and social behavior, schizophrenia usually results in chronic illness and personality change.
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A detailed booklet of symptoms, causes, and treatments for schizophrenia, along with information on how to help and cope.
  • National Institute of Mental Health