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Girl's death puts doctor at center of controversy

Questions raised on prescriptions

By Patricia Wen
Globe Staff / February 19, 2007

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Six years ago, an 11-year-old boy from Belchertown was experiencing wild mood swings. Counseling sessions did not calm his sometimes violent eruptions. Then one day, the child and his mother walked into the Springfield office of Dr. Kayoko Kifuji, a petite, soft-spoken child psychiatrist who had come to the United States from Japan six years earlier. (Full article: 1478 words)

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