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WALTHAM

Care goes well beyond the disorder

By Stephanie Siek
Globe Staff / July 12, 2007

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The young woman who entered Walden Behavioral Care's clinic in Waltham five weeks ago was close to death. She weighed just 72 pounds. She was so weak that to cross her left leg over her right, she had to lift it with both hands. Her pulse was so weak that she needed a trip to a hospital emergency room before ... (Full article: 712 words)

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