Demise of the Autopsy Bodes Ill for Science Writer David Dobbs and Dr. Pat Lento, head of the autopsy service at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, say a decrease in autopsies will have a negative impact on medical science. Dobbs wrote an article on the subject, which will appear in Sunday's New York Times Magazine.
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Demise of the Autopsy Bodes Ill for Science

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Writer David Dobbs and Dr. Pat Lento, head of the autopsy service at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, say a decrease in autopsies will have a negative impact on medical science. Dobbs wrote an article on the subject, which will appear in Sunday's New York Times Magazine.