Maybe some words should be banned from CDC use

December 19, 2017 Julie Miller

Julie Miller, Editor in Chief

There are words that addiction professionals agree should be banned from the lexicon of healthcare stakeholders. In light of the CDC uproar, we have a renewed opportunity to again advocate for a ban on stigmatizing words.

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