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Oliver Howes, pictured, head of psychiatric imaging at Imperial College London and author of a study published in 2015 that showed people with schizophrenia have more active microglia

Oliver Howes, head of psychiatric imaging at Imperial College London, says that drugs to reduce microglial activation could be a new way of treating psychosis

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