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Whilst it is usual to understand who can give consent in the living, in the matter of death the Human Tissue Act 2004 UK specifies the only hierarchy of who may give consent in death.
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Human Tissue - Who can give Consent?, Consent: Practical Principles For Clinicians (2011) 1: 59. https://doi.org/10.2174/978160805093211101010059
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