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MSU anthropology professor dedicates career to studying organ trafficking


Sean Cook / The State News

Visiting professor of anthropology and bioethics from Toronto Monir Moniruzzaman sits in the Patenge Room of Fee Hall on Wednesday after giving a lecture titled “Living Cadavers” about the ethics of human organ commodification. The lecture focused on the illegal organ trade market overseas, such as the sale of kidneys for $1,500 in countries such as Bangladesh.

MSU anthropology professor dedicates career to studying organ trafficking



Human organ trafficking is not exactly the most frequently talked-about issue.

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Lansing-based band with MSU alumni members signed to record deal



MSU ALUMNIKevin Pritchard (bass player): 2010 business management degreeRick Hale (drummer): Creative writing degree in 2011 Aaron Stinson (saxophone player): civil engineering degree in 2011None actually from Lansing…it’s just a good, centralized ... Read more