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American Academy of Family Physicians: "Schizophrenia."
American Psychiatric Association: "Schizophrenia."
New England Journal of Medicine.
American Journal of Psychiatry.
National Institute of Mental Health: "What Causes Schizophrenia?" "Schizophrenia;" and "Mental Health Medications."
National Alliance on Mental Illness: "Mental Illness: Schizophrenia."
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