(1) The following persons or entities may become donees of anatomical gifts of bodies or parts of them for the purposes stated:
(a) Any procurement organization or accredited medical or dental school, college, or university for education, research, therapy, or transplantation.
(b) Any individual specified by name for therapy or transplantation needed by him or her.
(c) The anatomical board or a nontransplant anatomical donation organization, as defined in s. 406.49, for donation of the whole body for medical or dental education or research.
(2) If multiple purposes are set forth in the document of gift but are not set forth in any priority order, the anatomical gift shall be used first for transplantation or therapy, if suitable. If the gift cannot be used for transplantation or therapy, the gift may be used for research or education.
(3) The Legislature declares that the public policy of this state prohibits restrictions on the possible recipients of an anatomical gift on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, physical disability, health status, marital status, or economic status, and such restrictions are void and unenforceable.