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Three unidentified people entered the chancery in Brighton yesterday prior to a meeting of the Caritas Christi hospital board.

Chief of Caritas forced out

Haddad quits after board votes for firing

By Walter V. Robinson and Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / May 25, 2006

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Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley and the leadership of the region's Catholic health care system early this morning forced the resignation of the hospitals' president, Dr. Robert M. Haddad, over allegations that he had sexually harassed several women. (Full article: 1140 words)

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