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Bola JR. Medication-free research in early episode schizophrenia: evidence of long-term harm? Schizophr Bull . 2006 Apr 1 ; 32(2):288-96. PubMed Abstract

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Primary News: New York Times Reports on Medication Conundrum in Early Episode Schizophrenia Research

Comment by:  Jim Botta
Submitted 24 March 2006 Posted 27 March 2006

In some of the countries where these studies of...  Read more


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Primary News: New York Times Reports on Medication Conundrum in Early Episode Schizophrenia Research

Comment by:  Ron Unger
Submitted 1 April 2006 Posted 3 April 2006

It seems bizarre to me to question the ethics of research...  Read more


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Comment by:  Vittorio Di Michele
Submitted 17 April 2006 Posted 17 April 2006
  I recommend this paper

I read with great interest the paper by John R. Bola,...  Read more


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