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Schizophrenia revealed in five-minute skin test

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

A simple skin test for schizophrenia, which produces results in five minutes, has been developed by researchers in the UK. The test is based on the ability of niacin (one of vitamins in the B complex) to cause skin reddening in normal people, a reaction which is absent or reduced in schizophrenics. The test is being developed by Scotia Pharmaceuticals






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