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Donated to Science
Donating Your Body to Medical School

Donated to Science - Donating Your Body to Medical School
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Donated to Science
This award winning film follows a group of medical students and their relationship with the cadavers they dissect. Throughout the film we follow a group of people who donate their…
Helen's Lecture
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When I was at high school there was a book in the school library. It was a book on death, it was the worst sort of exploitative pictures of people killed in various unpleasant ways. It was horrible. It was also the most read book in the library. People have been interested in what goes on ...Read more

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