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It is good when new findings come out about the molecular genetic aspects of schizophrenia. However through the past decades many such findings have been published, but they are yet to make a significant contribution in identifying schizophrenia accurately, understanding the mechanisms that contribute or cause the symptoms, or help in treatment. We have a ver, very long way to go yet. Right now, clinically we are where we were forty years or more back. Almost nothing has changed.


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