Rapid brain shrinkage an early sign of schizophrenia?

John John at overhere.com.au
Thu Aug 21 02:34:17 EST 2003


If both cases are the creations of psychiatry then you must presume that all
those studies using imaging studies have been forged. There are now abundant
studies showing shrinkage of the hippocampus in severe prolonged depression,
and various changes in the schizophrenic brain, the latter being associated
with a neurodevelopmental disorder.

So before you start lambasting the whole profession as a pack of liars I
suggest you read the relevant research and figure out why so many would even
want to create this scenario of brain damage. It would be much better for
the profession if such damage was not occurring because it would
substantially raise the hopes of finding cures for these devastating
complaints.

By the way, S is not caused by D.



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> > I actually thought, that it was only part of the brain that was
> > shrinking. I actually thought that it was only because of depression
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> And both are creations of psychiatry.
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