Reported by the UK Mirror:“Woman cryogenically frozen after dying of lung cancer as husband hopes she can be resurrected by future technology.”
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Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud alcor contributed a whooping 52 entries.
This article from Cryonics magazine was reprinted for Humanity+ magazine online: “Persistence of Long-Term Memory in Vitrified and Revived Simple Animals“ Of course it is also available on the Alcor website.
Nature World News article mentions Alcor’s use of vitrification: “Scientists Figure Out Way to Quickly and Safely Thaw Cryopreserved Tissue — How Does It Work?“
Article and video from CNBC: “Google’s co-founders and other Silicon Valley billionaires are trying to live forever” No, Google co-founders are not touting Alcor, but the last part of the article covers Alcor and has a nice video interview of Alcor member Elaine Walker.
In January we celebrated the cryopreservation of the first person, James Bedford, who remains preserved at Alcor today. Several publications covered the milestone, and of course Alcor has written extensively about Bedford as well. Bedford became an Alcor patient in 1991. Southern Cryonics is getting ready to break ground on a new cryonics facility in […]
CNBC runs article about Alcor which includes a video of Alcor member Elaine Walker: “Meet the company offering a chance at immortality for $200,000.“
KOLD Channel 13 Tucson News Now article on Alcor: “Scottsdale-based cryopreservation facility doubling size to meet demand.”
California Magazine, published by the UC Berkeley Alumni Association, does a nice article about Alcor. The subheading is “The first man to be cryonically preserved was Berkeley psychologist James Bedford. Half a century later, he’s still on ice.” “Into the Deep Freeze: What Kind of Person Chooses to Get Cryonically Preserved?“
“A Dying Young Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future.”
“These parents cryonically froze their toddler in the hope she might live again.”