Dis-empowers families from making or refusing to make anatomical gifts
in contraindication to a donor's wishes: If a donor had made an anatomical gift
, there is no reason to seek consent from the family, as they have no right to give it legally
He donated his body to the UMass anatomical gift
program, hoping to aid in the education of new doctors and the research for a cure.
In addition, directed donation is completely legal - the Uniform Anatomical Gift
Act, National Organ Transplant Act, and the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network (OPTN) rules all allow directed donation - guaranteeing that the donor and donor family has a say in where the organ goes.
Her body has been donated to the anatomical gift
program at Umass Medical School.
The precise design of such models should be left to the states, provided that any state demonstration project authorized by the Secretary shall include provisions to ensure adequate notification and education of the citizens of the state and a method designed to permit any person not wishing to consent to an anatomical gift
at death to register a decision to refuse to make an anatomical death.
She unselfishly made an Anatomical gift
to the UMASS Medical School.
The Uniform Anatomical Gift
Act, the law that created the organ distribution network, allows individuals to designate a specific recipient.
Being the pragmatic man he was, Lawrence had pre-arranged the donation of his remains to the University of Massachusetts Medical School Anatomical Gift
In Barbara's giving way she planned for her body to be donated to the University of Massachusetts' Medical Schools' anatomical gift
Upholding the right of "first person consent" as legalized by the Uniform Anatomical Gift
A decedent's right to donate takes precedence over the family consent according to the Uniform Anatomical Gift
Act (UAGA)," Metzger said.
The original Uniform Anatomical Gift
Act was promulgated in 1968, shortly after Dr.