The Human Tissue Act 2004 permits certain activities1 relating to human tissue and bodies to be carried out with the appropriate consent2 for the following scheduled purposes3:
(1) anatomical examination4;
(2) determining the cause of death5;
(3) establishing after a person's death the efficacy of any drug or other treatment administered to him6;
(4) obtaining scientific or medical information about a living or deceased person which may be relevant to any other person (including a future person)7;
(5) public display8;
(6) research in connection with disorders, or the functioning, of the human body9;
(8) clinical audit11;
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