Researchers from Japan find that gradually eliminating one of two antipsychotics from the regimen of 39 patients with schizophrenia diagnoses results in improvements in tests of attention, daily living and work skills. Results appear in the Journal of Psychiatric Research.
Hori, H., Yoshimura, R., Katsuki, A., Sugita, A., et al; Switching to antipsychotic monotherapy can improve attention and processing speed, and social activity in chronic schizophrenia patients. Journal of Psychiatric Research. Online September 7, 2013