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Poster #S130 PREMATURE DEATH IS HIGHER IN PERSONS WITH PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS BUT NOT WITH PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES: A POPULATION-BASED LONGITUDINAL STUDY



Poster #S130 PREMATURE DEATH IS HIGHER IN PERSONS WITH PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS BUT NOT WITH PSYCHOTIC EXPERIENCES: A POPULATION-BASED LONGITUDINAL STUDY



Schizophrenia Research 153: S135-S136




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DOI: 10.1016/s0920-9964(14)70409-8


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