X-Message-Number: 19183
Date: Fri, 31 May 2002 11:08:21 -0400 (EDT)
From: Charles Platt <>
Subject: CI patient

Bob Ettinger writes:

"Cryonics Institute has its 41st human whole-body patient, our third
Australian. Washout, perfusion, and dry ice cool-down were done at a
previously prepared Australian mortuary."

Is there any chance at all that CI may provide more logistical details of
this case? Clearly it is of vital interest to anyone living overseas. I
have never understood CI's policy of revealing virtually no details of
many (most?) cases. If we cannot learn from experience of actual cryonics
work, how _can_ we learn?

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