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Minimally Invasive Tissue Sampling (MITS) is an innovative post-mortem examination approach for understanding the causes of death by providing improved health data. Read more

MITS is a relatively simple autopsy approach that can provide additional information to determine a more accurate and specific cause of death than might otherwise be available. Read more

With more accurate data on mortality causes, governments and health institutions can better plan and prioritize their efforts—ultimately saving lives around the world. Read more

Evidence in action in which the results from MITS-inform cause of death research are being used to develop, implement interventions, or inform policy addressing public health challenges therefore reducing preventable mortality globally. Read more about current or recent evidence-in-action stories

The MITS approach can be implemented using a community’s current infrastructure. Learn more