States move to destigmatize doctors' mental illness, substance disorders
Doctors have long dealt with stigma and threats to their careers if they are open about mental illness and substance disorders. Now about two dozen states are changing licensing forms to lessen some of the stigma.
WBUR’s Priyanka Dayal McCluskey reports.
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