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Angry, MGH heart patient challenged process

Rose Doyle sought out a lawyer on the same day that a judge declared that she was mentally ill. Rose Doyle sought out a lawyer on the same day that a judge declared that she was mentally ill.
By Candice Novak
Globe Correspondent / January 13, 2008

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Not a week after Rose Doyle's heart problems landed her in Massachusetts General Hospital in November 2006, the hospital's attorney went to Suffolk Probate Court with a petition asking the court to declare Doyle mentally ill and to appoint a guardian to make all her decisions for her. (Full article: 519 words)

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