The final report of Scotland's inquiry into organ retention has recommended a total overhaul of the 1961 Human Tissue Act covering post-mortem and organ retention, which it says is 'vague and uncertain'.The review says all post-mortems should be authorised by relatives, with penalties for breaches.Draft standards on post-mortem and organ ...

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