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Neuroscientists say computers can reverse schizophrenia


One of the most fascinating subjects in all of medical science is neuroscience. The study of the brain has made a lot of advancements throughout the years, especially with the help of increasingly sophisticated computer research. One of the area of most interest is in mental illness, where there is still a flurry of questions about what the best treatment is, if it’s curable, and how to approach patients with various diseases. Today, computers are part of that.
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