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‘Jumping Genes’ may explain Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a lifelong mental health condition affecting 460,000 people in the UK. With the exact cause unknown, the finger has long been pointed at genetic predisposition interposed with environmental risk factors such as prenatal infection, obstetric complications and marijuana abuse. However, how these environmental factors interact with the human genome remains to be seen….

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