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Glenn Close: Mental Illness Shouldn't Be Old News

Acclaimed actress Glenn Close is perhaps best known for her films Fatal Attraction and Albert Nobbs. But she's also an advocate for mental health issues and even co-founded the group "BringChange2Mind" to help reduce the stigma attached to mental illness. She talks with host Michel Martin about how mental illness affects her own family.
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