Once Routine, Autopsies Have Become Rare

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Autopsies were once routine, performed in more than half of hospital deaths and, in some parts of the country, in a majority of deaths that occurred outside hospitals. But over the last few decades, the number of such procedures in the United States has sharply dropped, reports the New York Times. Hospitals, afraid of being
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