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Lisa Takeuchi Cullen

Mummification is the word

By Lisa Takeuchi Cullen
August 20, 2006

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WHEN I DIE, I don't want my body to be plastinated. And I don't want it to be mummified, cryonically frozen, embedded in dry ice, embalmed, or otherwise preserved. Betty Berdiansky does. (Full article: 864 words)

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