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The queen's death certificate says she died of 'old age'. But what does that really mean?

By Marc Trabsky, Senior research fellow, La Trobe University
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Queen Elizabeth’s newly released death certificate contains just two curious words under her cause of death – old age.

We might talk about people dying of old age in everyday speech. But who actually dies of old age, medically speaking, in the 21st century?

Such a vague cause of death not only raises questions about how someone died, it can also be hard on family and loved ones left behind.


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