Stigma is amorphous: it is structural, embedded in the social fabric; it is expressed as discrimination; and it is internalized in the form of self-blame, deterring some in distress from seeking help. Here in this library find resources for the latest in diagnosis and treatment.
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John Budin, MD (he/him)
Stigma Section Advisor
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