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The Count of Monte Cristo
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Nobody knows better than yourself that the bandits of Corsica are not rogues or thieves, but purely and simply fugitives, driven by some sinister motive from their native town or village, and that their fellowship involves no disgrace or stigma; for my own part, I protest that, should I ever go to Corsica, my first visit, ere even I presented myself to the mayor or prefect, should be to the bandits of Colomba, if I could only manage to find them; for, on my conscience, they are a race…

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  • want to reduce the stigma of getting psychiatric counseling
  • The stigma associated with being HIV-positive makes diagnosis and treatment more difficult.

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