The Otago School of Medicine in Dunedin is one of the last teaching institutions in the world where students spend a lot of time dissecting human bodies. The students work on the same body, which has been donated for this purpose, for two years.
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Reference: Donated to science: humanity is more than skin deep. Producers, Paul Trotman and Helen Nicolson; director, Paul Trotman. Dunedin: PRN Films, 2010.
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