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An aged view of schizophrenia

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People suffering with schizophrenia have a 20% lifespan reduction compared to general population and almost all age-related illnesses are overrepresented among them. There are several contributing factors, including deleterious antipsychotic medication side effects, unhealthy lifestyle and social deprivation, among others. Taking a different approach, we explored the hypothesis that people suffering with schizophrenia have an actual “aged” body, independent of the previous factors.

This talk is part of the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Seminars series.

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