The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigates discrimination claims based on race in hiring/termination as well as charges involving hostile work environments, retaliatory discharge, and hiring/termination decisions which have a disparate impact.
Call your attorney or the EEOC investigator assigned to your case to discuss the status of your claim and whether the agency has found cause to believe that you were the victim of such unlawful action(s). Your attorney will probably advise you not to release medical records since those records will not substantiate whether you were a victim of unlawful discrimination but might support a claim for damages after cause is found.
I don't believe they can compel you to produce those records within the EEOC process. You should contact a local attorney to discuss this with them and to see if they can represent you in this matter. The other side has an attorney. To the extent you do not, it is probably wise to even out the playing field in that regard.
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