Gift of Life Worth Millions to Donation Organizations

Updated on September 1, 2013

When a donor dies, health workers rush to salvage what they can: a liver, a heart, skin tissue.

Each item has an important purpose — and a price tag.

Human body parts fuel a multibillion-dollar industry in which the fervor to save a life obscures the money-making opportunities.

Donor families get thank-you cards but not much else.

Read more at the Tribune-Review.

 

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