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London study finds that early intervention could reduce psychosis mortality
Mar 6, 2018
Psychosis patients are 24 times more likely to die than the general public a year after diagnosis.
But a new study conducted in London may have found a better way to treat the disorder, including drastically reducing mortality rates.
Lead researcher Kelly Anderson breaks down the findings in conversation with Afternoon Drive host Chris dela Torre.