WOAI TV, San Antonio, Feb. 16, 2007 The family of man whose body had been donated for medical research discovered parts of his body were instead sold for profit. The body of Rolia Whitinger was donated for medical research to Galveston's University of Texas Medical Branch after he died of a heart attack five years ago. Whitinger's family recently learned that the hospital still has some of his remains, including his head, arms, legs, and shoulder. The family thought his body had been cremated. Instead they learned parts of his body and those of 77 others were instead sold. The former head of UTMB's Willed Body Program was fired in 2002 amid allegations that he sold body parts for a profit. He died shortly afterwards.