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How the body is dissected after euthanasia - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hi, may I answ
Doctor :   HI,
User :   hi as i said im going to a etunassia clinic im here now may i ask do you think im doing a wrong thing ?
Doctor :   It depends on the reason you going for
User :   i wish to die as iv got cancer of the brain stem thay carnt treat
Doctor :   ok, but finally its your wish and will no body has the right to decide whether its right or wrong
User :   ok but may i ask is it faier on the med students as im young that i going be a cadaver for them
Doctor :   yes, it is good
User :   y may i ask
Doctor :   as the students will be benefited
User :   spoce so as i got no familly do you think its a good thing
Doctor :   yes, it is a good thing
User :   may i ask where will i be taken once im dead
Doctor :   to the medical school
User :   what happens to me there
Doctor :   you will be taken to the dissection room
Doctor :   Are you there ?
Doctor :   Are you with me ?
Doctor :   I have to close the chat as you are not responding, p[lease login back for any health queries.
Doctor :   Bye for now
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