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No ADA Claim for Med Student’s ADHD (access required)

A medical student with ADHD and anxiety disorder can’t sue Wake Forest medical school for disability discrimination after his dismissal due to a pattern of unprofessional conduct with staff; with or without “reasonable accommodation,” the student is unqualified for the medical program, the 4th Circuit says. Plaintiff alleged his dismissal violated the Rehabilitation Act and the ...

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