Blood test may help determine who is at risk for psychosis -- ScienceDaily

A blood test, when used in psychiatric patients experiencing symptoms
that are considered to be indicators of a high risk for psychosis,
identifies those who later went on to develop psychosis, preliminary
results of a new study show. "The blood test included a selection of 15
measures of immune and hormonal system imbalances as well as evidence of
oxidative stress," explained a corresponding author of the study.

Here's the paper:-
Towards a Psychosis Risk Blood Diagnostic for Persons Experiencing High-Risk Symptoms: Preliminary Results From the NAPLS Project

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