In her new book, biotechnology expert Lori Andrews reveals how human tissues are being used, traded, and even stolen. As she explains, not only doctors and researchers, but also artists are using everything from bones and skin to DNA in new ways. Lori Andrews is director of the Institute for Science, Law & Technology at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

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