X-Message-Number: 16783
Date: Sun, 1 Jul 2001 14:30:00 EDT
Subject: Re: Post mortem suspensions,  Australian case and other.

Cryonics Institute has a fixed policy of rejection only in the case of 
disinterred people. In all other cases we look at the individual 
circumstances and try to accomodate. Usually the problem is getting the 
contracts and funding in place soon enough, and making sure there is informed 

As Trygve says, we get a relatively large number of post mortem inquiries. 
However, most of them have built-in problems that cannot be solved, such as 
funding and family disagreements, or excessive delays. Nevertheless, we try, 
and sometimes we succeed.

Robert Ettinger
Cryonics Institute
Immortalist Society

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