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GUEST COMMENTARY: Don't vilify people who have treated mental illness

11:01 AM, Feb. 7, 2013
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All of the press attention about "the mentally ill" with regard to mass shootings has done a disservice to a large segment of the population.

There are many people with mental illness in our communities who are not at all dangerous and live full and productive lives. Medical treatment makes this possible, and is an important component to the successful functioning of a whole population of people, many of them people you interact with on a daily basis.

Adding one single word to the description of the dangerous individuals that perform these heinous acts would make a huge difference to the ...

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