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Aboriginal students' deaths can't all be explained by science, pathologist says


Sometimes even the advances of modern science can’t explain why a young, healthy male suddenly dies.

That is the case of Paul Panacheese, the 21-year old Mishkeegogamang First Nation student who was pronounced dead at a Thunder Bay hospital after he collapsed on his mother’s floor on Nov. 11, 2006.

On Tuesday, the inquest looking into the reasons surrounding Panacheese’s death and the deaths of six other aboriginal high-school students heard scientific testimony about the causes of death.


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