ABC Central West (New South Wales)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
15 December 2011
Have you ever contemplated donating your whole body to science when you die? How do you do it? What parts will be used and what happens afterwards?
While cultural, religious or personal beliefs may stop many people from contemplating such a thing, for others, the opportunity to do something useful with their body can be extremely attractive. And there can be lots of uses – from medical education and research to producing anatomical specimens and surgical training.
Read the full article at ABC Central West (New South Wales)
Thanks to the Death…and More Blog for altering us to this article.