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What is the most common diagnosis for people who receive federal disability payments?

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Among the 10.1 million people who received federal disability payments in 2012, 35.5% obtained these benefits based on a diagnosis for a mental disorder, 27.1% for musculoskeletal & connective tissue diseases, and 3.8% for injuries.

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