X-Message-Number: 28225
From: "Billy H. Seidel" <>
Subject: Cells4Life,inc
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 06:40:19 -0800

Message #28215
Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 10:37:35 -0600
From: "Anthony ." <>
Subject: Re: Cryonics for embryos

> Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 06:59:21 -0700 (PDT)
> From: human screener <>
> Subject: TMT: TimesUK article-->DNA blacklist-->Cryonics for embryos

> I
> wonder if anyone here thinks Alcor or CI would be
> willing  or able-- or not-- to store cryopreserved
> zygotes or embryos for future repair, reanimation,
> adoption and implantation?

About June 2001 a company called "Cells4Life,inc" was struggling to get started.
I do not know all the details but the idea was to store cells for later cloning
when needed by a patient that might require new body parts. Anthony, I think it
would have been a small step to providing the service you talked about above. 
To make this short, I believe that ALCOR could have helped to make this company 
a viable operation but did not.  The ALCOR board of directors knows why they did
not pursue this line of thinking. So your quest for information should be 
directed to ALCOR.  Perhaps the time is now to restart this thinking within 

Hope this helps.

Billy H. Seidel

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