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High suicide rate among Mass. teens
Latoyia Edwards, Reporting (NECN)

The suicide rate among Massachusetts teenagers is alarmingly high. On Wednesday morning, an educational documentary about one teen's battle with depression debuted at the Massachusetts State House. NECN's Latoyia Edwards has more. For more information please visit:
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