Body Donation to Science and Medical Research

Give Hope to Future Generations…

Thank you for visiting Science Care, the world’s largest accredited whole body donation program. We work with some of the world’s most prestigious and well-respected medical schools, research hospitals and medical device companies to help support the training of physicians and surgeons and to assist with the development of new medical products, procedures and treatments. When you decide to donate your body to science, you are helping to advance medicine for everyone.

Those who have given the gift of body donation through Science Care have contributed to the advancement of treatments for conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, ALS, arthritis and degenerative joint disease, spinal injuries, hip replacement surgery, infectious diseases, heart disease and much more. Without the assistance of human body donation after death, we would not have the medical advancements that we see today.

Upon acceptance into our whole body donation program, there is no cost and includes free cremation. If you live in California, Florida, Pennsylvania, Arizona, or Colorado we invite you to Join the Science Care registry today and support life. If you live in another state, you can simply give us a call at 800 417-3747 to get more information. If you would like more details about being both a body donor and organ donor, we have information here.

 

Call: 800.417.3747

 

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Why

Whole Body Donation

The Science Care whole body donor program links those that wish to leave a lasting legacy through medical research with the researchers and educators that need human tissue to do their important…

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What

To Expect At Donation

We’ve outlined the basic procedure for donating your body to Science Care and made the process as straightforward as possible, not only to be efficient, but to keep it very simple for your loved ones…

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HOPE™ Program

Hospice Patient Guarantee

The Science Care Hope™ Program is a pre-screening program that allows patients, families, and healthcare providers to know with certainty if a donor meets current research criteria before the time…

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Your Will

State Your Intentions

It’s a good idea to include your donation wishes in your will. Willing.com provides a service to help you make your legal will in just 10 minutes. It’s both easy to use and free…

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Advocate Stories

Testimonials – Donor Stories – and More (Go here to see donor story videos)

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Rhonda Smith – Texas

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Donor Story – Earl Lynn Tankersley

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Donor Story – Frank Collins

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Donor Story – Stephen Falley

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Alicia F. – Florida

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Sandy R. – Colorado

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Cathy Y. – Arizona

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Danna Tibbetts – Arizona

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Sophia T – California

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Ray A – California

Join the registry today and support life through the gift of whole body donation for medical research, education and training.

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The Facts You Need To Know

We are honoring the brave men and women who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. We invite you to visit our online Veterans Memorial Wall.

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More than 100,000 people in the U.S. have joined the Science Care registry because they want to make a difference in the world. Read more about how Science Care donors are making an impact in medicine.

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Science Care donors are helping to fight heart disease – Heart disease is the number one killer in the U.S. and Science Care donors are helping to develop better treatments to increase longevity. Join us.

Alzheimer’s disease impacts 5.2 million Americans. The generosity of Science Care whole body donors is helping researchers develop treatments to prolong quality of life.

Breast cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death in women in the U.S. Medical researchers and Science Care donors are working together to develop better treatments to save more lives.

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