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Re: “The Carnegie Science Center unveils Bodies ... The Exhibition ... but what are you seeing?

Get a grip lady. No matter what the cause of death is, the educational benefit to those of us who are curious is worth more than one could even imagine. Even IF you were killed without warrant, wouldn't you want your death to be dignified? Wouldn't you want the result of your untimely death to at the very least, result in the education and awareness from others to certain health risks such as smoking or obesity? I know that if I were to die, and no one could claim my body, I would be more than happy to have my body displayed for all to see, so they may make their own choice of whether or not my health problems could have a positive influence on their own. So again, no matter how you THINK someone displayed in the exhibit died, it is with a clear conscience, that their exhibit may lead to the improvement of someone else's health and remaining life.

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Posted by Zach on 01/19/2008 at 8:08 PM

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