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10-2654 McKinzey v. Astrue

Public Health Disability benefits Where a disability claimant’s treating physician opined that she was exaggerating her symptoms and limitations, the ALJ’s denial of benefits is affirmed. “[W]hat McKinzey’s account of the credibility determination leaves out is the final reason given by the ALJ, namely that, ‘[i]n addition, the record includes evidence strongly suggesting that claimant has exaggerated symptoms ...

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