X-Message-Number: 12259
Date: Sat, 14 Aug 1999 18:40:33 EDT
Subject: Re: CryoNet #12249 - #12255

I'm am an anti-agin doctor and fell that cyropreservation is an integral part 
of the longevity program.  I am interested in finding a group of investors 
that would sponsor a transplant lab off shore to the US.  I have adequate 
contacts to establish a facility that can grow pigs with human DNA to provide 
isographic transplant material.  The time to do this is now.  It would take 
less than 2 years to grow a pig with organs for transplant that entirely 
match the recipient.  The cost would be high but there would be NO chance for 
rejection, and NO need for immunosupressive drugs for the remainder of the 
recipient's life.  I am very interesting in getting this off the ground.  We 
would also be doing cryo-suspension research as stem cells and organs could 
be preserved for later use.
James R Hughes, MD
fax at (843) 689-9946

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