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Van der Linden

Could it be possible that such mental disorder caused by an infectious agent, is already detected in childhood? Or does it takes years to develop a disorder?
Signed a Biomedical Student

Richard Petty

Thank you so much for your note.

I think that the literature suggests that most people who carry Toxoplasma have probably had it since early in life, but that it can be re-activated later in if they become immuno-compromised.

It's a very important point, and I am ging to write some more about it.

Kind regards,

RP

Delena Lewis

My family has a strong history of bipolar. This shocked me because my family has a history of having cats as pets--lots of them.

Sherry

The latest:

Schizophrenia linked to cats

source:

https://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/4500139a1861.html

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