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University student, Sarah Galloway, pictured, was diagnosed with schizophrenia and qualified for a research trial of a new assay for autoantibodies - antibodies that attack the body's own proteins, which had positive results

Sarah Galloway was found to have autoantibodies against a key brain protein, and this appeared to underly her psychosis