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Refugee, scientist, inventor cooks up new career

Finds passion as a restaurant chef and owner

By Susan Chaityn Lebovits
Globe Correspondent / February 18, 2007

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At the age of 5, Laddavanh Bouphavichith fled communist Laos with her father; by 27 she patented a catheter for Natick-based Boston Scientific, and by 30 she found inner peace: behind a sushi bar in Northborough. (Full article: 946 words)

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