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Maybe Vincent van Gogh Didn’t Have Bipolar Disorder or Schizophrenia After All

A conference convened in Amsterdam earlier this month to once and for all answer the question of whether Vincent van Gogh suffered from some sort of medical problem, such as epilepsy, or mental disorder, such as bipolar disorder, during his lifetime. After all, the famous […]
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