Dr. Mark Komrad

University of Maryland, John Hopkins Hospital

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Psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and professor of psychiatry at the University of Maryland.

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The so-called Goldwater rule advises members of the American Psychiatric Association not to give a professional opinion on anyone whom they have not personally evaluated.

Mental health community debates whether to discuss Trump's psychological health

The so-called Goldwater rule advises members of the American Psychiatric Association not to give a professional opinion on anyone whom they have not personally evaluated.

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