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Working In Forensics - Pathology


  Last updated September 13, 2017 at 3:08 pm

Follow your interests in forensics and find out how pathology fits within a forensics career. Neil's journey as a Forensic Pathologist is an uncommon one (there aren't many forensic pathologists out there), but this could be the path for you if you are interested in Medicine but don't want to cure people and restore them to full health. Follow him through an average day, what he actually does, and why ethics are such a major part of the everyday decisions he makes. If you like taking things apart to find out how they work, but don't love the putting things back together so much, this might be the role for you.


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