In this episode of Beyond the Scope, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine second year student Emily Hagen (@EmilyHagen9) talks with Sam Ashworth (@SamuelAshworth), a writer and journalist. We'll hear their conversation about autopsy pathology, how autopsies have informed our understanding of COVID-19, and Mr. Ashworth's recent article on declining autopsy rates: The Slow, Troubling Death of the Autopsy
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