A Light in the Darkness
After the loss of an infant or child, uncovering the cause of death can be difficult – but has far-reaching implications
Marta Cohen |
No death investigation is trickier or more fraught with ethical and legal concerns than one concerning a young child. And yet, these are the investigations where providing families with a conclusive cause of death can bring the most relief – and, in some cases, make the most difference to a court case. These cases are inevitably heartbreaking, so it is a true honor to be entrusted with them and to select the most sensitive and appropriate examinations to bring closure to the question: why did this happen?
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