How a Change in Schizophrenia Treatment Could Make the Difference

Elizabeth was in her late-twenties when she was diagnosed with schizophrenia. She worked to manage her symptoms, while also employed as a full-time nurse case manager and raising her two sons. It was a struggle to manage it all, and Elizabeth often wasn’t fully compliant with her treatments. For 17 years she cycled through periods of time when she was stabilized on medications, followed by episodes of breakthrough symptoms or relapse. She frequently visited hospitals for her episodes of breakthrough symptoms. As time went on and her hallucinations intensified, she…

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