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Section 2108.30 | Anatomical gifts not considered sale of fluid or body part.


Subject to the prohibition in section 2108.18 of the Revised Code, the procuring, furnishing, donating, processing, distributing, or using of human whole blood, plasma, blood products, blood derivatives, and products, corneas, bones, organs, or other human tissue except hair, for the purpose of injecting, transfusing, or transplanting the fluid or body part in another human body, is considered for all purposes as the rendition of a service by every person participating in the act and not a sale of any such fluid or body part. No warranties of any kind or description are applicable to the act.

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