“I AM NOT THE DOCTOR FOR YOU”
By Thea Flaum
A new study of what physicians really thought when they encountered a patient with a disability in their own offices.
GOD BLESS US, EVERY ONE—NO, REALLY!
by Ben Mattlin
In Charles Dickens' immortal A Christmas Carol, Tiny Tim—the crutch-using young son of Bob Cratchit—is the epitome of a disability trope.