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Girl with damage to brain spends first day in rehab

Doctors say she is 'medically stable'

By Patricia Wen
Globe Staff / January 28, 2006

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Haleigh Poutre, a brain-damaged girl whose life support had been nearly withdrawn, spent her first full day in a special unit of a Brighton rehabilitation hospital yesterday, living with nearly 40 other patients like her who have neurological and other injuries that require round-the-clock care and extensive physical and speech therapy. (Full article: 695 words)

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