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25 June, 2024
 
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Foul play ruled out in Dr. Michael Mosley's death

Investigation continues as authorities continue to seek cause of death

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The autopsy conducted on British TV presenter and author Dr. Michael Mosley, who was found dead on a Greek island on Sunday morning after a days-long search, has revealed no signs of foul play, according to local sources.

Mosley, 67, had disappeared on Wednesday afternoon while on the Dodecanese island of Symi. His body was discovered among rocks along a rugged coastline by a group traveling on a boat, which included the local mayor and journalists.

Local authorities immediately launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Mosley's death. However, the autopsy conducted after his body was transported to the nearby island of Rhodes showed no indication of foul play.

Mosley was known for his work as a TV presenter and author, particularly in the field of health and medicine. He had gained popularity for his documentaries and books on various topics related to human health and well-being.

The news of Mosley's sudden death has shocked both his fans and colleagues in the media industry. Tributes have poured in on social media, with many expressing their condolences to his family and friends.

Further details about the circumstances leading to Mosley's death are yet to be disclosed by authorities. The investigation remains ongoing as officials seek to determine the cause of his untimely passing.

Mosley's contributions to the field of health and medicine will be remembered by many, and his legacy is expected to endure through his work and the lives he touched.

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