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Edward T. Bersu

Director of the Body Donation Program

UW-Madison

HQ Phone:  (608) 441-7117

Email: e***@***.edu

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UW-Madison

601 University Avenue

Madison, Wisconsin,53715

United States

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Professor of Anatomy

University of Wisconsin-Madison


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www.onalaskacommunitylife.com

Her instructor, anatomy professor Edward Bersu, 62, said a computer image can be valuable."But in my opinion, it can't replace the real thing," he said.Bersu, who is director of the body donation program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, begins the semester by reminding students to show respect toward their cadavers, recognizing them as individuals who have donated their bodies for education.In most cases there is no cost to the donor's family, though families may have to pay for transportation of a body or for preparation for an open-casket service before the body is donated, Bersu said.Donated bodies are embalmed for preservation.


www.holmencourier.com

Her instructor, anatomy professor Edward Bersu, 62, said a computer image can be valuable."But in my opinion, it can't replace the real thing," he said.Bersu, who is director of the body donation program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, begins the semester by reminding students to show respect toward their cadavers, recognizing them as individuals who have donated their bodies for education.In most cases there is no cost to the donor's family, though families may have to pay for transportation of a body or for preparation for an open-casket service before the body is donated, Bersu said.Donated bodies are embalmed for preservation.


www.onalaskacommunitylife.com

Her instructor, anatomy professor Edward Bersu, 62, said a computer image can be valuable."But in my opinion, it can't replace the real thing," he said.Bersu, who is director of the body donation program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, begins the semester by reminding students to show respect toward their cadavers, recognizing them as individuals who have donated their bodies for education.In most cases there is no cost to the donor's family, though families may have to pay for transportation of a body or for preparation for an open-casket service before the body is donated, Bersu said.Donated bodies are embalmed for preservation.


www.holmencourier.com

Her instructor, anatomy professor Edward Bersu, 62, said a computer image can be valuable."But in my opinion, it can't replace the real thing," he said.Bersu, who is director of the body donation program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, begins the semester by reminding students to show respect toward their cadavers, recognizing them as individuals who have donated their bodies for education.In most cases there is no cost to the donor's family, though families may have to pay for transportation of a body or for preparation for an open-casket service before the body is donated, Bersu said.Donated bodies are embalmed for preservation.


www.onalaskacommunitylife.com

Her instructor, anatomy professor Edward Bersu, 62, said a computer image can be valuable."But in my opinion, it can't replace the real thing," he said.Bersu, who is director of the body donation program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, begins the semester by reminding students to show respect toward their cadavers, recognizing them as individuals who have donated their bodies for education.In most cases there is no cost to the donor's family, though families may have to pay for transportation of a body or for preparation for an open-casket service before the body is donated, Bersu said.Donated bodies are embalmed for preservation.


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