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"Advances in Human Cryopreservation" First Cryonics Conference in South Florida.
A never-before-seen research project, focusing on perfecting human cryopreservation, including restoration of health and life of cryopreserved patients, and furthermore, suspended human animation.
By: Tonya Scholz
This event will feature the first details about a revolutionary research project to achieve perfected human cryopreservation. In the short-term, this research will lead to advanced methods of cryopreserving terminal patients for future revival in good health and vigor. In the long-term, it will lead to human suspended animation.
The conference begins Friday evening with an informal welcome reception at the Suspended Animation hospitality suite at the conference hotel. On Saturday, there will be scientific presentations and panel discussions.
The conference banquet on Saturday night will feature internationally acclaimed cryobiologist Gregory M Fahy, PhD, who will announce a major grant to fund research
to perfect whole body vitrification, which is a method of cooling organs, tissues, and entire organisms to super-low temperations without damaging ice formation.
On Sunday, tours of the new Suspended Animation research facility will be conducted. These tours will include demonstrations of advanced new equipment for stabilizing, cooling, and transporting cryonics patients. A color brochure on the conference can be found at www.suspendedinc.com
The registration fee for the conference is $175.00 per person. This includes entry to the welcome reception, the program, the banquet, a tour of the Suspended Animation facility, and a buffet lunch at the facility. To register for the conference, please contact Kelly Kingston at 1-800-984-0914 or email her at: Kelly@suspendedinc.com.
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