Bodies Exhibit: An OnQ Special
Bodies: The Exhibition, on display at the Carnegie Science Center, is startling, educational and controversial. In this special OnQ special edition, panelists and guests discuss sensitivity, ethics, religion, education and other issues involving the exhibit.
Bodies Exhibit: An OnQ Special aired on Feb 28, 2008.
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