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Cantor-Graae E. on PAPER: Gara MA. et al., 2012, Thank you Michaeline Bresnahan, Ezra Susser, and John McGrath for pointing out the broader... 8 Apr 2012. 

Cantor-Graae E. on NEWS: A Tale of Two City Exposures and the Brain, The study by Lederbogen et al. linking neural processes to epidemiology opens up an exciting... 23 Jun 2011. 

Cantor-Graae E. on PAPER: Menezes NM. et al., 2011, I agree with John that the way forward is to figure out why only certain immigrant groups are... 28 Mar 2011. 

Cantor-Graae E. on NEWS: Researchers Probe Generation Gap in Migrants’ Psychosis Risk, Tracking down the agent(s) responsible for the elusive “migrant” effect in schizophrenia... 21 Nov 2008. 

Cantor-Graae E. on PAPER: Pedersen CB. et al., 2006, Using a creative epidemiological approach, the authors take the urban-rural phenomenon one... 19 May 2006. 

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