Guidance

Taking and retaining human tissue in a post mortem examination

Guidance on the correct legal authorities for taking and retaining human tissue samples in a post mortem examination.

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The proper lawful authority for taking and retaining human tissue in a post mortem examination

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This guidance document written by Paul Ozin (revised June 2011) sets out which legal authorities human tissue samples should be seized under and retained in a post mortem examination.

Published 26 January 2016