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With Thursday marking three months since a deadly arson attack on an Osaka mental health clinic, those involved with the clinic have started to help people who were left unable to receive treatment there due to the incident.

A clinical psychotherapist who was working at the clinic and the younger sister of the head of the clinic, who was among the 26 people killed in the attack, are assisting former patients so that they can move on from the tragedy by helping them find closure and listening to and sharing their woes.

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