Skeletons in the closet: towards the dignified disposal of all human bones acquired for medical education

Human bones have long been used for education in medicine, but in modern times this is unnecessary and hard to justify, argue Jonathan Coman and colleagues Your family is preparing for Christmas. While searching through the cupboard for decorations, you discover an old box. It contains human bones, prompting a battery of questions from the children: Is that a real person? Who? Why are the bones…

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