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DSS to seek outside expertise in Haleigh case

No plans to take girl off life support

During a press conference yesterday, Department of Social Services Commissioner Harry Spence defended the agency's care of Haleigh Poutre.
By Patricia Wen
Globe Staff / January 21, 2006

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State Department of Social Services Commissioner Harry Spence said yesterday that he plans to solicit outside expertise to help his agency sort out the complex medical and ethical issues around the fate of Haleigh Poutre. (Full article: 1225 words)

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