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Modeling and managing schizophrenia

Studies have shown that obstetrical complications during a child's birth play significant roles in the development of schizophrenia in that person's lifetime, especially in males. As such, schizophrenia needs careful management practice from birth onward. One study now demonstrates that schizophrenia needs to be treated as a collaborative process and as a result, the 'awareness' and 'knowledge-sharing' capability of various roles involved in the management process need to be addressed explicitly.
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