Trust apologises over defence-agency skin sales

Salisbury Health Care trust has apologised for not making it clear to plastic surgery patients that their surplus skin would be sold for chemical weapons research.The trust sold skin removed during breast and abdominal surgery to the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency at Porton Down for £17,000 a year.The trust ...

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