This Peabody-Award winning program is the first major radio documentary to feature people with the thought disorder telling their own stories in their own words. Eleven people - including a doctor, a writer a a teacher - provide intimate, first-person accounts of the onset, living with, a recovering from this most misunderstood illness. Presents leading clinicians, medical researchers a mental health advocates explaining this disease that affects one in 100 people a how a growing number of people are able to significantly improve thanks to new qsecond-generationq medications. Includes transcript a educational material written in conjunction with the National Institute of Mental HealthA. Currently, there is no cure for schizophrenia, and once affected, a person will generally have to be treated to control ... As a result, it is known that certain medications have a positive effect on people with schizophrenia, but doctors still dona#39;tanbsp;...
|Author||:||Lichtenstein Creative Media, Inc. Staff|
|Publisher||:||Lichtenstein Creative Media - 1994-10-01|