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‘Plastinated’ human bodies on display in Cuenca

Published on January 10, 2022
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn In the 1990s, academics and students saw the first “plastinated” human body, a preservation process that was created by the German physician Gunther von Hagens. Von Hagens originally designed plastination for use in the medical field, but in 1995, he introduced plastination to the masses with his first Body Worlds exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. […]

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