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Written by: Alan Baker 31st January, 2020

This morning’s shocking news about the decreasing number of rape prosecutions https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-48095118 has prompted me to offer comment from a scientific perspective and is even more pertinent in light of the Faculty of Forensic and Legal medicine recommendations https://fflm.ac.uk/publications/recommendations-for-the-collection-of-forensic-specimens-from-complainants-and-suspects-3/published this week for the collection of blood and urine samples from those complaining of rape. These…

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