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Donations of brains are probed in Maine

Special prosecutor talking to families

By Stephanie Ebbert and Sean Murphy
Globe Staff / January 6, 2005

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A Maine special prosecutor is interviewing the families of about 100 people who died suspicious or unexpected deaths to determine whether their brains were improperly removed from their bodies for research. (Full article: 832 words)

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