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stigmatize

(stĭg′mə-tīz′)
tr.v. stigma·tized, stigma·tizing, stigma·tizes
1. To characterize or brand as disgraceful or ignominious.
2. To mark with stigmata or a stigma.
3. To cause stigmata to appear on.

stig′ma·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
stig′ma·tiz′er n.
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Tuberculosis (TB) is a common disease, which is an important factor causing stigmatisation of TB patients and affecting care and treatment of the patients.
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A ma sortie de l'hopital, je vivais de la stigmatisation et j'etais prisonnier des effets iatrogenes induits par mes medicaments.
The actuality and necessity of a global bioethics and continuous discourse on discrimination and stigmatisation are evident when referring to global organ trafficking.
He added inquiries to local police revealed no reports of links to anti-social behaviour or stigmatisation.
PARIS, Nov 18 (KUNA) -- French President Francois Hollande Wednesday called for "national and international unity" in the face of terrorist threat, and warned against any division, backlash or stigmatisation after last Friday's massive terror attacks in Paris.
In Part 2, 'Arrivals', Trandafoiu identifies how this stigmatisation continues when Romanian migrants arrive in host nations and are deemed not to fit into their new societies.
Elle leur a rappele que la violation des principes regissant la publicite politique, a savoir notamment le bannissement des appels a la violence, du fanatisme et de la stigmatisation, constitue un crime electoral.
He knows, we know and his guests know his show is the exploitation of the alreadyexploited in a trade-off which gets them a lifetime of stigmatisation in exchange for a few minutes of fame.
She said: "Every day, people with mental health problems deal with bullying, misunderstandings and stigmatisation.
The stigmatisation of job seekers by makers like Channel 4 only fuel the furnace of an already blinkered coalition government Middlesborough has already given the production crew their marching orders.
As somebody who has conducted research into the process of stigmatisation, I have found the reaction in the British press to be both fascinating and terrifying.