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Sons' Tribute

A father’s care lovingly recalled

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By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / August 30, 2009

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When Ted Kennedy Jr. was 12, cancer claimed his right leg, and he struggled to cope with his loss and his new prosthesis. A heavy snow hit Washington, and his father, Senator Edward M. Kennedy, hauled their sled from the garage and coaxed his son to follow him up their steep driveway. Slipping on a patch of ice, the boy ... (Full article: 825 words)

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