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Mental Health in Developing Countries Mapping Mental Illness: An Uncertain Topography

7 Jan 2006

By Greg Miller

Published in Science Magazine.

Mental disorders were once considered diseases of the affluent, but there are reasons to suspect that the opposite might be correct, because known risk factors for poor mental health--poverty, HIV, and violence--afflict many parts of the developing world.

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