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Kathy Booth hopes to change the stigma of mental illness through comedy. The public health nurse was inspired by her brother, who was diagnosed with schizo-affective disorder at the age of 16.

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... "It's really time for mental illness to be considered an illness just like any other illness people have, like diabetes and cancer," Booth said.

"There's treatment, there's hope."

To that end, Booth has organized a night of standup comedy at First ... Comment?

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