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André van Duin suggests the body, after death, to be available to the science

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André van Duin suggests the body, after death, to be available to the science

18 January, 2020 08:12 am
18-01-20 08:12 am
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Update: about an hour ago

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Martin Elfrerink’s partner, Andre van Duin, who on Monday passed away, claimed his body at the disposal of the scientific community. The comedian himself has decided to do just that. Which tells the story Of a sand Dune (72) on Saturday, in an interview with The Telegraph.

Elferink, died after a short illness, at the age of 55, to the bone. “It is a terrible thing,” said Van Duin. “The worst thing that could happen, has happened. In a couple of months at a time.” The two had spent seventeen years in a relationship is: “Always be together, yes. We were like the butcher, and his wife, a round-the-clock with each other. We have never for one day had a fight, ever. I’ve been there, but Martin didn’t ever fight.”

In may, it broke Elferink for no real reason, suddenly, to his collar bone. “When I got mad, and that was because of a collar bone break from a fall from your bike, or a blow out, but it is not the throwing of a pillow. Is where it all started.”