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BOSTON: Nalini Ambady, a noted psychologist and a Professor of the Stanford University, died at the Brigham &Women’s Hospital in Boston on Monday (Oct 28) at 10.30 pm.

She leaves behind her husband Raj Marfathy and two daughters Maya and Leena. Camps were organized in many places including Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram to find a donor to save her from a rare kind of blood cancer she was suffering from.

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