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  1. Hi, My name is Anicca and I am currently doing my Mphil in gender studies and working on disability and gender in India. I am disabled and suffer from a cronic illness too. I gave my GRE around 3 years ago and have a score of 307 (V:154, Q:153). There are two questions that I wanted to ask: Firstly, what are the best disability studies phd programs in US, especially where people are working on sociological exploration of disability and/or on intersections of disability and gender. Secondly, what is the medical insurance scene for disabled students, do they get any additional benefits financially (I am an Indian citizen) It would be great to know something before I apppy. I am 32 years old now and have done all kinds of things. From working in rural development as a researcher to being an independent columnist for newapapers and newswebsites. Plus I am working on something where my politics and personhood merge. So I am very passionate about it. I want to work with the best profs working on the disability but at the same time it would be great to have an accessible, financially and medically supportive environment while I slog it out academically. Please help me out with advice and suggestions. Regards, Anicca
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