THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Eileen McNamara

When gender isn't relevant

By Eileen McNamara
Globe Columnist / June 11, 2006

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Correction: Because of a reporting error, Eileen McNamara's column Sunday mischaracterized a ruling by US District Court Judge Mark Wolf in 2002. He did not order the Department of Correction to provide Michelle, nee Robert, Kosilek with psychotherapy. Rather, Wolf found that Kosilek had a serious medical need that was not being adequately treated. The Correction Department subsequently provided Kosilek ... (Full article: 750 words)

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