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National Guidelines for Death Investigation
Stephen C. Clark. The sudden or unexplained death of an individual has a profound impact on families & friends of the deceased & places significant responsibility on the agencies tasked with determining the cause of death. Responsibility for conducting death investigations may rest with pathologists, medical examiners, or coroners, & there is little training available in the best procedures for handling these crucial & sensitive tasks. These guidelines were developed to help fill this gap. By adhering to these standards, death investigators can arrive at the truth about a suspicious death, & families & friends can know what happened to their loved one.
Fourth Book of Sexual Questions & Answers
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