November 2, 2013
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DOUGHERTY CORONER: Do not let myths prevent you from being an organ donor
It is especially important to become an organ donor if you belong to an ethnic minority. Certain blood types are more prevalent in ethnic minority populations, and because matching blood type is usually necessary for transplant, the need for minority donor organs is especially high.
Forensics experts identified all but 95 bodies washed up during flood
One of the greatest horrors of the Flood of ‘94 was the disinterment of 438 caskets in Albany riverside cemeteries.
CORONER'S COLUMN: The loss of a loved one can be particularly hard to deal with on Valentine's Day
There are a number of ways to cope with Valentine’s Day when it is your first after losing your significant other.
CORONER COLUMN: Make sure your wishes are known regarding life-support care
Making the decision on whether to withdraw life-sustaining measures from a loved on with no hope of recovery is difficult. It helps if families discuss wishes about life support before the situation arises.