More Life-Saving Research, Fewer Chainsaw Dissections: The Body-Donation Industry Fights to Clean Up
Thousands of people donate their bodies every year to be used for research and medical education in the US. But the procurement of non-transplant human tissue is largely unregulated, and years of grisly scandals have led to demands for more oversight.
Ky Henderson and Iris Xu
What Happens When You Donate Your Body to Science?
It takes courage to give away the only thing that is truly yours, even if you're already dead.