Osaka hospital steps up under new autopsy law to ease forensic medicine shortage

OSAKA – A hospital in Osaka began performing autopsies to investigate causes of death at police request in April for cases in which foul play is not strongly suspected, in response to a chronic shortage of anatomists in Japan. Osaka Habikino Medical …
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