X-Message-Number: 13889
From: "BlackShark" <>
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Subject: Re: CryoNet #13842 - #13849
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2000 11:34:17 -0600

> Steve Bridge replied:
> That is a big assumption.  It may in fact be MORE difficult and expensive
> repair and to make young every cell in the aged,
> cancer-ridden, broken down bodies that many patients will take into the
> suspension tank.  Simpler,  perhaps, to concentrate on the brain repair
> regrow a fresh body for the patient, probably regrowing the entire body
> around the repaired brain.
> (end)
Wouldn't it be better to leave this decision to the surgeons of the future?
I would prefer a full body suspension. If, when re-animation becomes
possible, I would leave it to the surgeons of the future to decide whether
it would be better/safer/more feasible/more practical to re-animate my full
body and repair as necessary or, at that time, transplant my brain into a
new body.

David King
Edmonton, Canada

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