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What did Howard Hughes teach us about OCD?

Howard Hughes was one of the most famous people known to have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Psychiatrist Wayne Goodman, MD, of The Mount Sinai Medical Center, explains how the eccentric billionaire's story illustrates the paradox of OCD.

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