Many people are donating their body to medical institutions in recent years. People who wants science to discover more and contribute to the world of medicine are donating the entire body after their death to Institutes. This helps medical students and researchers to study and understand the conditions of body and may shed new knowledge with enlightening discovery.
Who Can Donate the body?
The answer is simple. Most everyone will meet criteria for donation, including those with cancer, heart disease, arthritis and diabetes. By donating to research, donor’s body lives on by allowing doctors and medical students the ability to research a new life-saving medical and surgical procedures and techniques.
Visit http://www.sciencecare.com/ to understand how body donation helps: Here are just a few of the areas in which Science Care donors have made a contribution to medical research and education:
Heart disease, Diabetes, HIV, spinal injuries, joint replacements, colon and liver treatments, breast cancer, reproductive advancements, advanced drug delivery, paramedic training, cancer research, Osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s research, cochlear implant developments!
Published by: Sumana Rao | Posted on: January 10, 2017