Youth mental health expert Alison Yung says safe treatments should be offered
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Is it appropriate to treat people at high-risk of psychosis before first onset — Yes
Alison R Yung
Med J Aust 2012; 196 (9): 556.
Alison R Yung, MD, MPM, FRANZCP, Professor of Psychiatry
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