I actually had the "pleasure" of witnessing a partial autopsy once. I can understand how scientists and medical professionals become psychologically removed from death. When you look at the human body as a sort of machine, as a mechanic would look at your car, you create a disassociation between human spirit and human biology. That's the psychic formula that creates an amicable environment for projects such as this.
If there was the possibility of resuscitating an accident victim or a victim of a crime, would you support the use of reanimation? Or do you believe that death should not be tampered with? There's a lot of superstition surrounding death, so I understand a healthy dose of heeby-jeebies.