Whether it's another person or an illness that kills someone, their body holds a lot of evidence
They’re both agents of the surveillance state, but one looks way cooler.
The interstitium helps hold our organs together, but it might do more than that.
It could help surgeons remove cancerous breast tissues all at once.
Science's search for the roots of violence
But don't fire your doctor yet
Add one more item to the list of things machines can do better than humans: Examine and diagnose breast cancer....
Autopsies, for all the useful information they provide, have significant downsides. They are often upsetting to the deceased’s family, they...
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