Love him or loathe him, Professor Günther von Hagens has set the scientific and art worlds alight with his controversial exhibition of plastinated humans stripped of their skins. The exhibition has made it to the unglamourous Old Truman Brewery in London's East End, and was sending shockwaves through the media, and even Parliament, before it even opened. Set in thought-provoking positions, are the pieces there for education or are they an abomination?

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