The New York Times today had a great grounded piece on the state of our knowledge into schizophrenia, a relatively uncommon mental disorder (that gets a lot of attention more because of its severity, not because of its prevalence). The reality is that after …

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What Causes Schizophrenia? Maybe Rare Gene Variants

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  1. In sporadic schizophrenia, the cause is often older paternal age which results in new sperm stem cells DNA mutations. http://www.schizophreniaforum.org/for/curr/Malaspina/default.asp

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