UCLA Claims Ignorance of Cadaver Misdeeds Administrators of the University of California, Los Angeles address a growing scandal over cadavers donated to the school. The director of UCLA's "willed body" program, Henry Reid, was arrested Saturday after allegedly selling for profit parts of bodies donated to the school's medical school. Donors' relatives filed a lawsuit Monday. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Karrie Kahn.

UCLA Claims Ignorance of Cadaver Misdeeds

UCLA Claims Ignorance of Cadaver Misdeeds

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Administrators of the University of California, Los Angeles address a growing scandal over cadavers donated to the school. The director of UCLA's "willed body" program, Henry Reid, was arrested Saturday after allegedly selling for profit parts of bodies donated to the school's medical school. Donors' relatives filed a lawsuit Monday. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Karrie Kahn.

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