James Watson speaks with the UK's Telegraph about his quest for the "holy grail" of neuroscience, to use genetic research to uncover the cause of mental disorders and use that to treat and cure them. He says he is motivated by his son Rufus' schizophrenia, which has led him to be hospitalized, and Watson says that the decreasing cost of sequencing will make this work "feasible and affordable."

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