Paul Harrison

professor of psychiatry at Oxford University

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One out of three COVID-19 survivors may develop a severe mental health or psychiatric condition within six month of their initial diagnosis, according to new research from Oxford…

Psychiatric or neurological problem ails a third of COVID patients within 6 months of diagnosis: Oxford

One out of three COVID-19 survivors may develop a severe mental health or psychiatric condition within six month of their initial diagnosis, according to new research from Oxford…

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