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I remember seeing something related to virtual dissection [software based] where students would not be required to perform real dissection.
I read a pertinent article posted below.

Does anyoneone know which schools allow no [or optional] cadaver dissection?
 

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let's start a list....

michigan state: prosection
vanderbilt: dissection
 
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My school will soon be all prosections, starting in the fall of 2007 when the basic sciences move to Sacramento.

UCSF also uses prosections.
 
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