3D Me, Please!

Dead bodies are so yesterday. Medical students in the past have had to resort to all sorts of hi jinks, to get their hands on a hard body due to chronic shortages of human cadavers. The future of 3D printing may change all that, now that it's grown to include 3D Printing of human bodies. The bodies are made using plastic or a powder that resembles plaster, and of course don't require expensive refrigeration. So if you're thinking of giving your body to science when you're gone, just know a 3D printer might beat you to it

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