UCLA Official’s Arrest Linked To Body Parts Trade

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The trade in human body parts is a seller’s market, reports the Los Angeles Times. Pharmaceutical makers buy everything from fingernails to tendons for research. Medical instrument firms training doctors use knees or heads that surgeons use to acquaint themselves with new devices and techniques. The human-tissue industry is thought to be worth $500 million
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