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Factors That Influence Treatment Success in Schizophrenia

Peter F. Buckley, MD

Published: May 31, 2008

Article Abstract

This article reviews the factors that influence (and typically limit) treatment success in schizophrenia. These factors can be conveniently grouped into 3 categories: treatment-related factors, patient-related factors, and environment- or system-related factors.

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