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     34-25-32.4.   Medical facility to provide for disposal of aborted fetuses. Any hospital, clinic, or medical facility in which abortions are induced or occur spontaneously or accidentally or any laboratory to which the remains of human embryos or fetuses are delivered shall arrange for the disposal of the remains by cremation, interment by burial, or by incineration in a medical waste incinerator approved by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. If incineration is used, the remains of the human embryo or fetus shall be incinerated separately from other medical waste. The hospital, clinic, medical facility, or laboratory may perform any laboratory tests necessary for the health of the woman or her future offspring, or for the purposes of a criminal investigation, or for determination of parentage prior to disposing of the remains.

Source: SL 1998, ch 208, ยง 2.


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