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Ethically sourced animal cadavers and tissue: Considerations for education and training

  title={Ethically sourced animal cadavers and tissue: Considerations for education and training},
  author={Siri Martinsen and Nick Jukes},
This paper describes 'ethically sourced' animal cadavers and tissue, as defined by the InterNICHE Policy, and addresses the importance of using cadavers and tissue only from these sources when material is needed for the purpose of education and training. The attitudes developed by students and trainees using ethically sourced material and conventional sources are compared and discussed. Examples are given where the use of ethically sourced cadavers and tissue has been successfully implemented… 
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