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Clarke M, Whitty P, Browne S, McTigue O, Kamali M, Gervin M, Kinsella A, Waddington JL, Larkin C, O'Callaghan E. Untreated illness and outcome of psychosis. Br J Psychiatry . 2006 Sep ; 189():235-40. PubMed Abstract

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Primary News: Predicting the Future from First Psychotic Episodes

Comment by:  Patricia Estani
Submitted 16 September 2006 Posted 16 September 2006
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Comment by:  Amresh Shrivastava
Submitted 23 September 2006 Posted 23 September 2006
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Several of these studies recently published appear to be milestones in early psychosis research, though the point which the authors are trying to make is clear: "catch them young." What we need is a very long term follow-up to examine that onset of psychosis has not only been delayed but actually averted. We need to move on to predictive and preventive psychiatry. Maybe the data from all three or four centers doing this kind of research need to be pooled and examined.

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