Here are some answers to commonly asked questions that may help you in your decision regarding a donation to our Willed Body Program.
How can I donate my body to help medical sciences?
Do I get proof of my donation?
Is there any cost to my family for donating my body?
Will I or my family receive payment for agreeing to my donation?
How should my family notify you upon my death?
Who should I tell of my intent to donate?
What should I do if I change my mind?
What happens to the donation when studies have been completed?
What happens to the remains after they are cremated?
If I register with an organ bank, can I still donate my body?
What if I should die out of town?
What if my family is not around when I die?
Could a bequest be made as an amendment to a will?
What conditions might make my donation unacceptable?
Can you determine the cause of death after your studies?
Can I donate someone else's body- like my wife's or my husband's?
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This page was last modified on April 29, 2019