Harvard morgue manager accused of trafficking in body parts
A manager at Harvard Medical School’s morgue has been charged with selling human body parts. The man, Cedric Lodge, and his wife, Denise Lodge, are suspected of being part of a nationwide network trafficking in human remains.
WBUR’s Ally Jarmanning has been covering the story and joins host Deepa Fernandes .
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