Even in his suit, filed recently in federal court, a medical student with multiple sclerosis doesn’t want to be identified.
John Doe, fourth-year medical student, has filed suit against Philadelphia-based National Medical Board of Examiners, the organization which administers the United States Medical Licensing Examination, for unnecessarily identifying him as a person with a disability.
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