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Ruby Rogers

Ruby Rogers, made famous in the landmark case Rogers v. Okin that helped to establish informed consent laws for psychiatric patients, has died. She was 71.

Article "Ruby Rogers; helped win key rights for mentally ill"
An article in the Boston Globe about the life of Ruby Rogers.
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