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Sep 5, 2023

Curing aging should be a moral imperative for all of humanity

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cryonics, ethics, genetics, life extension, robotics/AI

The Death of Death is an international bestseller by José Cordeiro and David Wood that claims that “death will be optional by 2045” – or even earlier, if more public and private funds are invested in rejuvenation technologies.

Longevity. Technology: Already available in more than 10 languages, the book provides insight into recent exponential advances in AI, tissue regeneration, stem cell treatment, organ printing, cryopreservation and genetic therapies that, say the authors, offer a realistic chance to solve the problem of the aging of the human body for the first time in human history. In fact, the book’s subtitle is The Scientific Possibility of Physical Immortality and its Moral Defense.

Given that until relatively recently, just mentioning the concept of ‘biological immortality’ was enough to raise eyebrows and with most of the opinion that it should be filed away under ‘science fiction’ or ‘charlatanism’. However, longevity science is advancing at an incredible pace and today there are people who no longer wonder if immortality is possible, but when it will be a reality. We sat down with José Luis Corderio PhD to find out more.

Sep 5, 2023

Cryonics expert reveals when frozen humans may be brought back to life

Posted by in categories: cryonics, life extension

Global worming?

Scientists recently revived microscopic creatures frozen for 46,000 years in the Siberian permafrost.

The ancient nematodes, better known as roundworms, are able to shut their bodies down in unsuitable environments — a process called anabiosis.

Aug 26, 2023

2023 Cryonics Institute AGM

Posted by in categories: cryonics, life extension

YOU’RE INVITED! — OPEN TO CI MEMBERS, NON-MEMBERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC2023 Cryonics Institute Annual General MeetingSUNDAY — SEPT 10, 2023AGM Location: Infinity Hall & Sidebar 16,650 E 14 Mile RoadFraser, MI 48026phone: 586–879-6157website: infinityhallsidebar.com2023 AGM DetailsSunday, September 10, 2023Event start time: 3:00 pm Eastern TimeEvent end time: 6:30 pmFacility ToursTours of the Main and new […].

Aug 3, 2023

Storing dead people at —196°C

Posted by in categories: cryonics, law, life extension

In Switzerland, there’s a new cryonics company: and they invited me to have a look around. I had questions: legal, practical, and ethical, and I want to be clear: this is not an endorsement. I just wasn’t going to turn down that invitation. ■ Tomorrow Bio:

Camera: Martin Bäbler.

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Jul 26, 2023

New Breakthroughs In Cryopreservation Poised To Transform Organ Transplantation

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cryonics, life extension

In 2023, several breakthroughs have shaken the academic community. Freezing entire organs to sub-zero temperatures for future transplantation is now a reality.

Jul 14, 2023

What ever happened to the first cryogenically frozen humans?

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For decades, people have arranged to freeze their bodies after death, dreaming of resurrection by advanced future medicine.

Jun 17, 2023

Cryonics, or wake me up when I can live forever

Posted by in categories: cryonics, life extension

Some people choose cryopreservation after death, hoping future technology will revive them for eternal life.

Apr 27, 2023

Recent clinical trials with stem cells to slow or reverse normal aging processes

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cryonics, finance, life extension, nuclear energy

Stem cells (SCs) are undifferentiated cells which can proliferate indefinitely or differentiate into progenitor cells and end-phase differentiated cells (becoming pluripotent) (Mayo, 2021; Slack, 2022). Human embryonic SCs (hE-SCs) are found in the inner cell mass of the blastocyst; h E-SC research raises ethical concerns (Lo and Parham, 2009), and h E-SC transplantation in vivo can lead to the formation of large tumors called teratomas (Blum and Benvenisty, 2008).

Small numbers of adult SCs are found in some organ “niches”, including the bone marrow, where hematopoietic progenitor cells (HPC) replenish blood and immune cells. In 1958, Mathe et al. (1959) successfully performed the first adult SC therapy on five workers who had received high-dose accidental irradiation at the Vinca Nuclear Institute in Yugoslavia. After transfusions and grafts of homologous adult bone marrow, all workers survived (Mathe et al., 1959).

For years, the human umbilical cord was a waste material and, unlike h E-SCs, its use does not raise ethical concerns. In 1988, Gluckman et al. (1989) successfully performed the first human cord blood transplant in a child with Fanconi’s anemia. Since then, numerous public and private cord blood banks have been established worldwide for the cryopreservation of cord blood in view of its transplantation (Gluckman, 2011).

Apr 2, 2023

A Disease Reversal Therapy That No Body Try Before

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cryonics, genetics, life extension

Previously Fahy has reported as much as a 15 year epigenetic clock reset. Again though, this won’t get you beyond your maximum natural limit, but younger and healthier now leads to the next bridge.

Dr Greg Fahy talks about the thymus magic. What are the out of expectation benefits of reprogramming our thymus(Not TRIIM or TRIIM-X) in this short clip.

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Apr 1, 2023

The CryoPrize (The Organ Cryopreservation Prize)

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cryonics, life extension

PLEASE CLICK ON LINK TO DONATE: 3 Minute video detailing our efforts to make organ transplants safer, less costly and more available to those in need by offering a prize, beginning at $50,000, to the first person or group to successfully freeze, and restore to full function, one of several mammalian organs.

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