Bill Hayes has always been fascinated with the human body, but it wasn't until he audited anatomy classes at the University of California Medical Center that he got a first-hand look at spleens, hearts and ovaries.
The heart is "tough and rubbery," he discovered, its smaller vessels "white and gristly like the roots of a turnip." The spleen is oblong and spongy. And the 206 bones of the living body aren't bone-white, but "pale rose."
Causes Bill Hayes Supports
International AIDS Vaccine Initiative