Funeral home accused of combining bodies

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Alarming

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Just when I thought I'd heard everything, this story pops up. How sickening. They should lose their funeral business and they should have to pay those poor families millions. What the hell is wrong with people?
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Actually they were accused of 'asking' the embalmer to do this. Which he promptly refused.
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Poor families? There were likely no families as these bodies were donated to science.

IU is more reputable than your here say so I'm fairly certain there is more to the story.

What exactly do you think happens at IU? How do you think knowledge of the human body is obtained?
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Really? No family? I've known two families ind the last two months who carried out their loved ones wishes to have their bodies donated to science. People donate their own bodies in hopes of cures for dreadful diseases such as cancer. Yes, I'm sure they all have families. You do not even make sense.
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Poor families? There were likely no families as these bodies were donated to science.
IU is more reputable than your here say so I'm fairly certain there is more to the story.
What exactly do you think happens at IU? How do you think knowledge of the human body is obtained?
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What do I think happens at IU? I think bodies with diseases are donated in hopes to find causes. If John Doe donates his cancer stricken body to science but the funeral home loses John Doe's body and sends Jane Doe's body, whose had a heart attack,then I'm sure that it makes a huge difference, don't you?
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ut he claims it was carried out by the funeral director and others becuase he refused. Guess what, I believe him.
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Actually they were accused of 'asking' the embalmer to do this. Which he promptly refused.
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Alarming wrote:
<quoted text>ut he claims it was carried out by the funeral director and others becuase he refused. Guess what, I believe him.
Well good for you. Your mother must be so proud.
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Alarming wrote:
What do I think happens at IU? I think bodies with diseases are donated in hopes to find causes. If John Doe donates his cancer stricken body to science but the funeral home loses John Doe's body and sends Jane Doe's body, whose had a heart attack,then I'm sure that it makes a huge difference, don't you?
Diseases? You mean disease of the wallet that prevents funeral payment?

Hardly any cures found unless funding and that is under the graduate program, which is separate. This dead tissue was going for cadavers for the medical students to practice sawing on. Hardly a noble cause.
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I'll bet she is. Jealous much, Actually? Sure sounds like you don't want to be talked to by anyone smarter than you.
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Well good for you. Your mother must be so proud.
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So, what you are saying is they are misleading people who donate their bodies to science for a cause that's supposed to be good and help other people in the future? Don't really see that happening.
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Diseases? You mean disease of the wallet that prevents funeral payment?
Hardly any cures found unless funding and that is under the graduate program, which is separate. This dead tissue was going for cadavers for the medical students to practice sawing on. Hardly a noble cause.

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