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The techniques Port is studying, if they prove successful, will be used in diagnosing people already showing signs of mental illness. But what about others who are predisposed to problems but have not yet begun to exhibit symptoms? Can the MRI technology help to find these people so that they can be helped before symptoms appear?

Home page image courtesy of Bradley Peterson.

Tomorrow: How Bradley Peterson at Columbia University is using MRI to study the brains of infants to understand the complications of premature birth.

Paul Raeburn’s most recent book is Acquainted with the Night, a memoir of raising children with depression and bipolar disorder.

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