Gross Anatomy, Body Donation We follow the progress of gross anatomy students at the University of Maryland Medical School -- from their first experience cutting into human cadavers to a holding memorial service for the bodies they worked on. And we meet people who have agreed to donate their bodies to medical science.
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Gross Anatomy, Body Donation

Follow the progress of gross anatomy students at the University of Maryland Medical School.

A Final Good-Bye: Med Students Honor Body Donors

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Lessons from the Gross Anatomy Lab

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First-Year Med Students Enter the 'Gross' Lab

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