Disordered diagnosis: the problem with establishing – or excluding – a mental health condition

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Disordered diagnosis: the problem with establishing – or excluding – a mental health condition

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A psychiatrist and clients sitting together
Credit: Firodaliso / Getty

For all its sophistication in finding and treating physiological ailments, modern medicine is still on the lower reaches of the learning curve when it comes to diagnosing mental health disorders.

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