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Troubled Minds (Schizophrenia) #188381

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 02, 1999
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(New York: John McKenzie) The latest approaches to dealing with the mental illness of schizophrenia examined. [College student Daniel FREY - describes the imaginary voices he hears.] [National Institute of Mental Health Dr. Judith RAPOPORT - describes what the voices tell the patient.] Research findings on the brains of schizophrenics detailed. [Yale University School of Medicine Dr. Thomas McGLASHAN - explains how medication is used to try to prevent or delay the disorder.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jackie Judd) One man's struggle with schizophrenia presented. [Schizophrenic Fred FRESE - admits we are never normal because many of us talk to ourselves; says the side effects of medication can be bad; describes how his kids react to his sometimes aberrant behavior.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) The high financial cost of schizophrenia detailed.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Judd, Jackie;
McKenzie, John
Duration:
00:06:10

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