Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder that confines the sufferer in a crippling cocoon of a dysfunctional mind. Many of us have suffered at least one symptom, some time in our lives, from the intricate and detailed spectrum of schizophrenia. Indeed, schizophrenia is a personal tragedy that affects 1 in 100 people in their life time. An estimated 300,000 Americans are diagnosed with Schizophrenia each year1. As per the estimates, two million Americans have the diagnosis of schizophrenia. The term ‘Schizophrenia’ was introduced by Swiss psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler in 19112, which meant in German a splitting of the different parts of the thought process. Highest known risk factor is having a family member affected with Schizophrenia. Risk of schizophrenia in a person is 9 in 100 if the mother has the disease. Similarly, the risk is approximately 7 in 100 if the father, brother, or sister has schizophrenia.