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Kennedy takes ill at luncheon

Fatigue viewed as likely cause behind scare

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By Sasha Issenberg and Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / January 21, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Senator Edward M. Kennedy suffered an apparent seizure yesterday that a doctor said was probably caused by "simple fatigue," inserting a dramatic turn of melancholy amid a triumphant celebration of the liberalism that Kennedy holds most dear. (Full article: 1052 words)

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