Unnatural Death: Confessions of a Medical Examiner Themes

Michael Baden
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Integrity

The integrity that Michael Baden has is unmatched. When he first begins his career as a medical examiner, he does so because this is the field of medicine that most piques his interest. Overtime, however, the veracity he feels for his chosen profession is what drives him. The medical examiner's office is the least respected of the medical community. Baden is determined to bring respect to the office and hopes more young doctors will be willing to become medical examiners.

In the years leading up to Baden's decision to become a medical examiner, the office has been held by unqualified men. In the beginning, they were not even doctors, but rather tax collectors. Over the years, the office has been besmirched by the years of coroners who were nothing more than grave robbers. Baden realizes the importance of the ME, and believes that if used to obtain honest...

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