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Book Reviews

Schizophernia Into Later Life: Treatment, Research, and Policy

Myung A. Lee, MD

Published: May 1, 2004

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Following the trend of the general population, an increasing number of people with mental illnesses live longer than their predecessors. However, studies conducted to understand specific treatment issues to meet the specific needs of the older generation with mental illnesses are in their infancy. Although this book specifically addresses treatment issues in schizophrenia related to the older population, those issues are also applicable to people with schizophrenia in general.


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Volume: 65

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