The discoveries responsible for medical breakthroughs don’t just happen. They require a gift that very few offer.
Life-saving procedures and skills are not theoretical, nor are they all learned from information presented by professors or in classrooms and textbooks. The exposure to the kind of learning that body donation offers is unique and invaluable to our future doctors, researchers, osteopathic physicians, and chiropractors.
It is also high in demand, but low in supply. By offering the gift of body donation, death, in turn, promotes life, and many families report a sense of pride and purpose in their loved one’s contribution.
The commitment to donate is a commendable, honorable act of complete and total unselfishness, and we urge you to consider it further.