When I die, I don’t much care what happens to my body. I long have been an organ donor, and it’s written on my driver’s license. The idea of medical people with scalpels harvesting whatever’s of value in my corpse for the benefit of others somewhere seems like a nice final gesture.
Chicago Sun-Times writer Rick Telander is pledging brain to concussion research: ... fb.me/JK7jp89p—
Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 31, 2017