Including the three previously-noted case report publications, this brings the total to 6 for the year so far. Added September 3, 2019: Alcor Case Report A-1547 Norma Peterson Added June 27, 2019: Alcor Case Report A-1395 Timothy Hubley Added June 16, 2019: Alcor Case Report A-1649 Robert Whitaker
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud alcor contributed a whooping 613 entries.
Jianhau Ma, Alcor member A-3259, a non-confidential 50-year old female Alcor member with whole-body cryopreservation arrangements, was pronounced legally dead on August 8, 2019 in Boston, MA. She had stage IV ovarian cancer and had been an Alcor member for less than a month. Washout in the field was prevented by bad weather prohibiting the […]
The 2019 Alcor Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday September 14, 2019, starting at 1:00 pm (MST) at the Thunderbird Suites Best Western conference room (7515 E Butherus Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85260). The elections of directors and officers will be conducted at this meeting and a wide range of topics will be discussed publicly […]
When: July 21st, 16:00-21:00 Where: 505 Cypress Point Dr., Mountain View, CA Look for the clubhouse near the 505 sign on Cypress Point Dr. Please bring food to share for a potluck
Alcor has published a case report on Norman Hardy, A-1990. This case was the first time the newly enacted California End of Life Option Act (EOLOA) was used to reduce the potential ischemic damage that can result from a prolonged dying process.
by Max More What does growth in “members” mean and how does it compare to the membership numbers of other cryonics organizations? The American Cryonics Society (ACS) publishes no membership statistics. Oregon Cryonics doesn’t have members. Nor does Yinfeng in China. I did not find any official number for Kriorus members, but their Wikipedia entry […]
Gordon Norman, Alcor member A-1833, a non-confidential whole body member, was pronounced legally dead on May 26, 2019 in Knoxville, TN. Mr. Norman, a member since 2000, received a brief standby followed by stabilization, field blood substitution, and transport by Suspended Animation in Knoxville and underwent cryoprotective perfusion at Alcor on May 27. That day, […]
Arthur Naiman, member A-1499, a non-confidential whole body member was pronounced legally dead on May 13, 2019 in Tucson, Arizona. After a four-day standby followed by stabilization and transport carried out by Alcor’s Medical Response Director and his local team, Mr. Naiman was cryoprotected at Alcor and started cool down on May 13. Mr. Naiman […]
Bahareh Bina (A-3240), a non-confidential female neurocryopreservation member from Bellevue, King County, Washington, became Alcor’s 168th patient on April 29, 2019. On April 27th, Alcor deployed contractor Suspended Animation (SA) to Washington state, accompanied by Alcor’s Medical Response Director, Chris Divver, as an observer. The standby team set up at the Ms. Bahareh Bina’s house […]
Jerry Searcy, a non-confidential neuropreservation member became Alcor’s 167th patient on March 24, 2019, in Scottsdale, AZ. Jerry had been an Alcor member since 1979 and was a very active volunteer. His death was sudden and unexpected as Jerry seemed to be in good health for his age. Fortunately, the medical examiner released him to […]