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By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / May 22, 2009

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Hospitalized against her will for depression 43 years ago, Judi Chamberlin of Arlington has devoted the decades since to championing patients' rights. She authored a seminal book touting patient control in mental health treatment, helped mobilize a movement, and won a following. (Full article: 805 words)

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