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Out of ordinary: Cryopreservation after death


__truncato_root__>Cryopreservation after death is catching on, at a price. Cryonics, defined as "the practice of freezing the body of a person who has just died in order to preserve it for possible resuscitation in the future, as when a cure for the disease that caused death has been found" is a...

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