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Goldwater Rule 'gagging' psychiatrists no longer relevant, analysis finds

(Emory Health Sciences) The rationale for the Goldwater Rule -- which prohibits psychiatrists from publicly commenting on the mental health of public figures they have not examined in person -- does not hold up to current scientific scrutiny, a new analysis finds.
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