First-year medical student Lindsay Williams moved a wheelbarrow of sod in Section 36 at Lexington Cemetery, which is used to bury the cremated remains of those who have donated their bodies to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine to further medical training and research.
First-year medical student Lindsay Williams moved a wheelbarrow of sod in Section 36 at Lexington Cemetery, which is used to bury the cremated remains of those who have donated their bodies to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine to further medical training and research. Herald-Leader
First-year medical student Lindsay Williams moved a wheelbarrow of sod in Section 36 at Lexington Cemetery, which is used to bury the cremated remains of those who have donated their bodies to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine to further medical training and research. Herald-Leader

Medical students beautify section of Lexington Cemetery where bodies donated to science are buried

October 13, 2013 04:45 PM

UPDATED October 13, 2013 09:49 PM

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