Bone transplant recipients in Atlantic County, N.J., are pretty rattled of late.

In suits filed this month, plaintiffs charge that bone pieces implanted in them during surgery at Shore Memorial Hospital are of unknown origin — that they were pilfered from cadavers and sold without the consent of the deceaseds’ families or the protective screening required by law, leaving recipients exposed to risk of infection with HIV, hepatitis and syphilis.

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