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Scientists Have Mapped Out How Our Genes Might Lead To Mental Illness

It's often said mental illness runs in the family. But while that's true, scientists have had very little luck actually understanding how our genes influence our risk of developing major depression or schizophrenia. New research published yesterday in Science seems to provide something big needed for that greater insight. A roadmap of how genes are expressed differently in the brains of people with one of five major psychiatric disorders.
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