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Where will she go now?

In 1956, Susan Bolgen was placed at the Fernald. A half-century later,as the center is set to close, her parents confront a question they thought they never would again:

By Emily Sweeney
Globe Staff / August 29, 2004

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Susan Bolgen cannot walk or drive a car. She cannot hold a conversation or write a letter. (Full Article: 1263 Words)

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