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17 September 2014
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How much is your dead body worth?
Horizon investigates the medical revolution that has created an almost insatiable demand for body parts .
Ronn Wade shows how he perfectly preserves body tissue for students to study.
Body part values
So just how much are your body parts and organs worth after you die?
Join the mortuary science lesson
Angela McArthur takes a mortuary science class.
Highlights from the programme
Are we Alone in the Universe?
The search for alien life is 50 years old, but a planet has been discovered that could support life.
Prof. Regan's supermarket secrets
Prof. Regan tests the scientific claims of supermarket products
How to live to 101
A few isolated communities seem to hold the secrets to long life.
How to make better decisions
Lifting the lid on the business of human choices in an exclusive guide to making better decisions.
More recent Horizons
Helping to save or improve the lives of thousands of people every year through organ transplantation.
Human Tissue Authority
Regulating the removal, storage, use and disposal of human bodies, organs and tissue from the living and deceased.
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