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Research Article: More on Cholera & Schizophrenia: in Mauritius

Paul T E Cusack*

In this brief paper, we consider Mauritius, an island off the east coast of Africa, that has a 3.5 times higher rate of Sz than the rate found on Madagascar. Mauritius was hit with four cholera outbreaks in the nineteenth century. As for the case posited for Saint john NB Canada in a previous paper by the dame author, I propose that this is further evidence that cholera is the culprit that leads to sz. More work on seeing how cholera affects the human chromosomes is thus warranted.

Cite this Article: Cusack PTE. More on Cholera & Schizophrenia: in Mauritius. American J Biom Biostat. 2017;1(1): 001-002.

Published: 06 December 2017

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