Nancy Hansen is an associate professor and director of the University of Manitoba's interdisciplinary master's program in disability studies. She is the co-author of The Routledge History of Disability.
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Who gets medical care during the coronavirus pandemic — and what does that mean for people with disabilities?
With the appearance of COVID 19, as a person with a disability, my life has suddenly taken on more significance -- or should I say insignificance. In my opinion, disabled people were identified as disposable.