Study: Treating Psychosis with Anti-Inflammatories Possible
By Sharon Kingman
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
A new genetic study has provided backing for the theory that inflammation in the brain is a cause of psychosis. Researchers in Sweden have discovered that a genetic variant that boosts the effects of inflammation in the brain is more common in people with bipolar disorder who experience psychotic episodes.
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