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16,059.  I see autopsy as the most exhaustive, and final, medical exam that a doctor can provide for a patient.  I don’t see autopsy as something horrendous and macabre.  Yes, it’s not pleasant, I can tell you.  I don’t like it.  It’s just that I know how to do it fast, effectively, cleanly and to get the most out of it.  Dr Miguel Reyes-Mugica

 

 

112,636.  The scandal at Alder Hey Children’s hospital centres on the retention of hearts and organs from hundreds of children.

 

The organs were stripped without permission from babies who died at the hospital between 1988-1996.

 

Hospital staff also kept and stored 400 foetuses collected from hospital around the north west of England.

 

The findings of an inquiry into the affair have been described by Health Secretary Alan Milburn as ‘grotesque’ and helplines have been set up to deal with calls from distressed parents.  BBC online article 29th January 2001 ‘Organ Scandal Background’

 

 

66,399.  In her lifetime she sold more than two hundred million records ... February 11th 2012 Whitney Houston was found unconscious in a bath in a Hollywood hotel.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Whitney Houston's Last Hours

 

66,400.  She was no stranger to weed ... That's just the tip of the iceberg ... Whitney Houston had a chronic problem with cocaine ... crack ... The singer had relapsed into addiction.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

66,401.  At 2.49 p.m. February 8th 2007 Anna Nicole Smith – Playboy cover girl, fashion model, and tabloid target – is pronounced dead in Florida.  A small-town girl, she modelled her rise to fame on Marilyn Monroe.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Anna Nicole Smith's Last Hours, Channel 5 2014

 

66,402.  In 1994 the paparazzi turned against her – they exposed a near fatal overdose.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,403.  She married 89-year-old oil billionaire J Howard Marshall.  She was labelled the ultimate gold digger.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,404.  Since arriving in Florida, Anna is burning up with a high fever.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,405.  Anna’s twin implants were a step too far.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,406.  Benzodiazepines – by the time of her death she was taking them in massive quantities.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,407.  The sedative chloral-hydrate ... Anna was an expert self-injector.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

66,408.  Brittany is suffering from a virus which has given her a nasty cough.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Brittany Murphy

66,409.  The autopsy shows Hydrocodone was not the only serious drug that she got hold of before she died.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,410.  In five months’ time, her husband Simon Monjack would also die from the same symptoms.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

66,411.  2.26 p.m. on June 25th 2009: Michael Jackson ... is pronounced dead in Los Angeles.  Jackson is just fifty years old ... A police investigation that questions every detail of his passing.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Michael Jackson, Channel 5 2014

 

66,412.  Jackson spent large amounts of money on a skin-bleaching drug called Benoquin.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,413.  Jackson would become addicted to plastic surgery.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,414.  ‘Jackson's hair is not his own.’  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,415.  He became hooked on painkillers ... and even morphine.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,416.  Demerol isn’t what killed Michael Jackson.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

71,032.  Karen’s homely voice captivated 1970s America.  (Eat & Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Karen Carpenter, Channel 5 2014

 

71,033.  Emetine can affect the heart.  (Eat & Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid. 

 

71,034.  According to friends Karen was taking eighty to ninety Dulcolax a day.  (Eat & Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

71,035.  Karen was taking large amounts of ... Synthroid.  (Eat & Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

74,946.  On August 11th 2014 Robin Williams was found dead in a bedroom of his home.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Robin Williams, Channel 5 2015

 

74,947.  His moods had been controlled by a variety of prescription drugs. (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

74,948.  Robin Williams lived with Parkinson’s Disease for many years.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

74,949.  Robin Williams was suffering from undiagnosed dementia.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.  

 

 

81,314.  Marilyn was found dead in the bedroom of her Hollywood home.  (Monroe & Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Marilyn Monroe

 

81,315.  There were eight different types of drugs around her when she died.  (Monroe & Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

81,316.  Nembutal ... Marilyn was already being prescribed chloral-hydrate for her sleeplessness ... Nembutal on top of chloral-hydrate was like signing her death warrant.  (Monroe & Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

75,204.  June 17th 1994: O J Simpson is on the run from police in one of the most famous car chases in history, wanted for murder.  (Celebrity & Murder & Autopsy)  Autopsy: O J Simpson Murder

 

75,205.  The trial of the century: O J was acquitted.  (Celebrity & Murder & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

75,206.  Her head was almost completely severed.  (Celebrity & Murder & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

90,722.  Elvis was not a well man ... Most of his organs were about twice the size they should have been.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Elvis Presley, Channel 5 2014

 

90,723.  What causes the arrhythmia?  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

90,724.  By the time he got into his forties Elvis was showing clear signs of physical and mental decline.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

90,725.  Could the abuse of prescription drugs have led to the death of the king of rock n roll?  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

90,726.  Demerol has not played a direct part in Elvis's death.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

94,802.  In the 1960s George Best burst on to the pitch and kicked off a glamorous new era of football.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: George Best, Channel 5 2015

 

94,803.  When George stops drinking ... a very real risk of tremors, convulsions, delusions and even sudden death.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

94,804.  His blood isn’t clotting properly ... All he could do is wait for a suitable liver to be donated.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.   

 

94,805.  Multi organ failure is on his death certificate.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.  

 

 

97,203.  It’s unusual for a single drug to be the cause of death.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Channel 5 2016

 

97,204.  He’s found dead with a needle in his arm.  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

97,205.  Could it be the quality of the drug he was taking?  (Celebrity & Autopsy)  ibid.

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