*** Report: Dead harvested for productsSANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - Donated human remains are processed intomedical products that generate hundreds of millions of dollars forU.S. companies despite laws barring profit from body parts, TheOrange County Register reported Sunday. Although grieving familiesare told the donations are a gift of life, the newspaper found thatmaterial harvested from the dead fuels an industry that is expectedto have $1 billion in revenues by 2003. ‘I thought I was donating toa nonprofit. I didn’t know I was lining someone’s pocket,’ saidSandra Shadwick, whose brother’s remains were given to a Los Angelestissue bank. ‘It makes me angry. It makes me appalled. If it’s notillegal, it ought to be.’ The National Organ Transplant Act of 1984banned profits from the sale of tissue, but companies and nonprofittissue banks are allowed to charge reasonable fees to handle andprocess the parts.