Homicide Total Would Be Higher Without Medical Advances

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Criminal homicide rates have dropped precipitously in Cumberland County, Pa., since 1995, but could life-saving advances in trauma care be masking an underlying violent crime problem?, asks The Sentinel in Carlisle, Pa. Sociologist Anthony Harris of the University of Massachusetts Amherst suspects that advances in trauma care since the 1960s have helped suppress the . . .

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