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TV's New Glamour Job

An interesting article from the Star Tribune about the increased interest in forsenic pathology. It quotes many of the local Medical Examiners in the St Paul/Minneapolis Metro area. The television series CSI have brought the role of the medical examiner/investigators out into the light for more people to see. While the tv shows don't get every thing right about the job, they do get one thing correct. The role of the medical examiner/investigator is a very important part of the process of justice. They also provide an invaluable service to the families as they provide critical information, compassion, support and advocacy. We are grateful for the professional relationships that we have with the medical examiners/investigators.

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