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Four Too Many

After a spate of teen suicides in Needham over 18 months, parents, teachers, and students were forced to start asking some tough questions - of themselves.


(Michael Manning) Michael Manning
By Keith O'Brien
February 25, 2007

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In a quiet corner of Needham Cemetery, a photograph of Asya Leykin sits propped up against a low jagged stone serving as a temporary marker. The photo, framed and wrapped in plastic, has grown cloudy. But still, Mark Leykin, Asya’s father, keeps it here. On a recent afternoon, he stoops, adjusts the photo, and then rakes his hands across the ... (Full article: 2766 words)

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