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Important: Half of young people recover from schizophrenia.

Researchers at the University have found that children who experience severe trauma are three times as likely to develop schizophrenia in later life. Yet, psychiatry keeps pushing the brain disease theory.

Childhood trauma causes changes in the brain. Psychiatry is using that to convince patients that they have an incurable brain disease. Changes to the brain are only one of the effects of childhood abuse.

A Norwegian study is showing some positive news for schizophrenic peoples after more than half of the participants had either partial or full recovery from their initial diagnosis.

How psychiatry gets away with the brain disease theory: Childhood stress can leave changes in the adult brain. Brain size and shape can morph in response to stress.

Psychiatrists are lying and misleading millions of patients...

There Are No ‘Schizophrenia Genes’: Here’s why?

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