5,000 volunteers for bipolar disorder study sought

bipolar disorder mental health
New research could help to shed light on the genes that predispose people to the illness, so experts can ultimately develop more personalised treatments and find a cure Australian researchers are seeking 5,000 adults who have been treated for bipolar disorder to volunteer for the world’s largest genetic investigation into the often-devastating chronic illness. The

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