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Community shows support for suicide prevention talk

1:40 AM, Apr. 19, 2013
James Mazza, suicidology expert and educational psychology professor at the University of Washington, presented on the invisible signs of suicide in adolescents Thursday night at Marshfield Clinic's Froehlke Auditorium.
James Mazza, suicidology expert and educational psychology professor at the University of Washington, presented on the invisible signs of suicide in adolescents Thursday night at Marshfield Clinic's Froehlke Auditorium.
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More than 185 community members, educators and medical professionals packed Marshfield Clinic's Froehlke Auditorium on Thursday night for University of Washington educational psychologist James Mazza's presentation on the invisible signs of suicide in adolescents.

The community presentation was sponsored by Marshfield Clinic and Mike's Run.

Mazza is a Marshfield native and a Columbus Catholic High School classmate of Mike Hackman, who committed suicide in 2010 after a lifelong battle with mental illness. ...

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