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Study on orphans sees benefit in family care

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / November 11, 2006

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BUCHAREST -- Four-and-a-half years ago, Mimi was among the thousands of infants languishing in Romanian orphanages. A listless, joyless girl, she lacked the sparkle that draws sympathy -- and special attention -- even in a state facility. No overworked caregiver was going to waste time waggling fingers or making coo-coo sounds to blank-faced Mimi, abandoned at birth by her own ... (Full article: 1596 words)

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