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Author Topic: How an Experimental Implant May Help People With Schizophrenia  (Read 408 times)

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One of the challenges of schizophrenia is that individuals living with the mental disorder often have trouble adhering to their antipsychotic medication as prescribed. But a six-month implant of risperidone as an alternative to the daily oral dose of this safe and effective treatment can help people adhere to therapy.

Currently, the device is called BB0817. Researchers developed the drug?s delivery method based on the premise that schizophrenia can be well managed through continuous long-term treatment with antipsychotic medication.

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https://www.realhealthmag.com/article/experimental-implant-may-help-people-schizophrenia

 


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