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03 Jul

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When I served as the dean of students at the law school at U. Davis, I tried to help a young man who’d been sick with what the doctors initially thought was an acute viral infection.

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No matter what their diagnosis, they're continually told that they can’t possibly be in chronic pain at their age.

This ignorance about young people with chronic illness has other consequences.

Several young people have told me that they’ve been openly challenged when they park in a disabled spot, even though they have the required placard or sticker.