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bout anch. Schizophrenia. National Institute of Mental Health.
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Suggested News Resources

Reflecting on a son's psychosis
Suppressing Schizophrenia
By Susan Inman, Today, Up to half of people with schizophrenia aren't aware they are ill and can be treated. Susan Inman's memoir is a must read for any family faced with schizophrenia, and for our health system, too.
Could my bipolar brother develop schizophrenia?
Question asked by Benjamin from St. Catharines, Ontario I was wondering if my brother, who we have been told is bipolar, could develop schizophrenia? My uncle, my mom's brother, was schizophrenic and unfortunately fell victim to the mental illness.
Missing Oak Park man needs medication, police say
A 38-year-old man missing for more than a week from his Oak Park home suffers from schizophrenia and needs medical treatment, police said today in a special bulletin seeking the public's help in finding him. Evan Cater was last seen Aug.
Illness became muse for Poet Lorikeet
These years, however, were prolific for Gibson; his muse, schizophrenia, provided inspiration and insight that enabled him to see and express life in ways others could not - what he called ''perennial issues''.

Suggested Web Resources

Schizophrenia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Indepth Schizophrenia Information and Support
The Leading Independent Info Source on Schizophrenia Diagnosis, Treatments, News, Blogs, Support Groups and Education.
NIMH · Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disorder that affects about 1.1 percent of the U.S.
Schizophrenia -
Schizophrenia — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, causes, treatment and coping with this brain disorder.
Schizophrenia History, Causes, Medication, Symptoms, Diagnosis

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