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Thank You For Considering Whole Body Donations

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We understand that choosing to make anatomical donations is a very personal decision, and we want to help you feel comfortable with your choice.

Donating Your Body To Science

This website was created to convey to you what BioGift does and how we do it. While it is not possible to cover every possible scenario or situation concerning donating your body to science, any and all questions that require your immediate attention will be answered promptly and courteously, day or night, by calling our 24 hour donor line number listed here on our contact page. You may also send us an email and we will respond to you within one business day, to answer any questions you may have regarding whole body donation after death.

Visiting our Forms page will allow you to gather more information about the donation process as well as pre-registration forms. You can either fill in the form on that page and get your packet in the mail, or download the PDF version, and print out all of the information and pre-registration forms on your home computer. We want to make the decision of donating your body to science simple by being as helpful as possible.

Learning More About Deceased Body Donation

When you read through the BioGift website, you will notice pages that talk not only about deceased body donation, but what might be done with your anatomical gifts. Here you can learn about some of the diseases that are studied using anatomical donations, and continuing education cadaver labs. We want to show you why whole body donations after death are an accepted practice, and why you should consider anatomical gifts as your last charitable act.

You may also see a page describing the process of whole body donation after death. This is so that you can discuss your decision with any family members or next-of-kin, so that your last wishes don’t come as a shock to them. This page is also helpful for describing what your next-of-kin will need to do when the time of your death comes, to ensure that your anatomical gifts are taken care of and respected in the way that you want.

Taking care of families is a service we take very seriously. Read more, and learn more about whole body donation to science and funeral alternatives.

* If our transportation cost exceeds $1500, we are unable to accept the donation. If this situation is anticipated, we will contact you with the option to pay the additional expense to proceed with the donation.

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