First anatomical evidence of several types of schizophrenia

By Jessica Hamzelou THERE are at least two different kinds of schizophrenia, brain scans suggest. The finding may one day lead to more personalised treatment. About 1 per cent of people have schizophrenia, which can have a range of symptoms, from hallucinations and delusions to problems with social interactions and cognitive performance. Responses to treatments vary too: only some people find antipsychotic drugs clear their hallucinations. This has led many people to wonder whether there are distinct types of schizophrenia. But so far,
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