Links between genetics, mental illness slowly but surely being found

Dr. Thomas Insel, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, believes that work in the field of linking genetics and mental illness may finally be turning a corner. Findings in recent months include a study that "mental illness may come from spontaneous mutations that occur during the earliest development in the womb," and possible links between schizophrenia, autism and mental retardation. Article

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