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Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) was once considered to be a rare untreatable disease, which resulted from flaws in a person's personality and life experiences. It is now known that OCD is common, affecting almost one in every fifty adults and one in every two hundred children. It is estimated that approximately one million Canadians suffer from OCD. OCD affects people regardless of race, gender, or age. A better understanding of the brain has lead researchers to the conclusion that chemical imbalances within the brain, in addition to environmental influences, are responsible for obsess…
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