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Thomas Bryant; worked with Rosalyn Carter to lead US panel advising on mental health care

By Emily Langer
Washington Post / December 16, 2011
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WASHINGTON - Thomas E. Bryant, a physician and lawyer who with Rosalynn Carter led the President’s Commission on Mental Health, an advisory board that called national attention to the shortcomings of psychiatric care in the late 1970s, died Dec. 9 in a car accident on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. He was 75.

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