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How a Woman's Donated Body Became a Digital Cadaver | National Geographic

Published on 14 Oct 2019 / In Today Reality

Follow the life, death, and groundbreaking 3D resurrection of Susan Potter whose body became a high resolution digital cadaver.
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Susan Potter knew in exquisite and grisly detail what was going to happen to her body after death. It seems that for the last 15 years of her life, she lived for Vic Spitzer, the scientist committed to fulfilling her dream of helping medical students become compassionate doctors. For the past 16 years, National Geographic has followed Potter’s life and death and her 3D resurrection to the highest resolution.

Experience the interactive story “Susan Potter Will Live Forever” featured in the special single-topic January 2019 issue of National Geographic: https://on.natgeo.com/2Ekgq1Z

How a Woman's Donated Body Became a Digital Cadaver | National Geographic

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