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18. If a person suffering from schizophrenia has an identical twin, that twin

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If a person suffering from schizophrenia has an identical twin, that twin

  1. will have a 46 percent chance of becoming schizophrenic.
  2. will be no more likely than anyone else to become schizophrenic.
  3. is almost sure to become schizophrenic.
  4. is also likely to have more than one personality.

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1. will have a 46 percent chance of becoming schizophrenic. 

 
Posted : 27/08/2022 8:37 am
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