Prevention and early intervention for borderline personality disorder

@article{Chanen2007PreventionAE,
  title={Prevention and early intervention for borderline personality disorder},
  author={Andrew M. Chanen and Louise K. Mccutcheon and Martina Jovev and Henry J. Jackson and Patrick D. McGorry},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={2007},
  volume={187}
}
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a severe mental disorder that is associated with substantial psychosocial impairment and morbidity, disproportionate use of health resources, a high suicide rate, and a reputation for being “untreatable”. A diagnosis of BPD in young people has similar reliability, validity and prevalence to BPD in adults, and almost certainly has serious and pervasive negative repercussions over subsequent decades. Current data are inadequate to inform specific universal… 
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