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Dead Doctors Paid Millions by Medicare to Practice Medicine Beyond the Grave (satire)

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May 11 - (Warning: Contains graphic descriptions of human anatomy.) This past weekend, I worked up the courage to visit the Body Worlds exhibit in a local science museum. This is where they take the bodies of dead volunteers (who volunteered before they died, obviously), strip off their skin...

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