06. September 2007 · Comments Off on Rapid stabilization in human cryopreservation · Categories: Cryonics · Tags: , ,

“Even in the case of advanced Alzheimer’s disease, a person is ultimately not declared dead because of the loss of personhood, but as a consequence of secondary whole brain death or cardiac and respiratory arrest. In essence, today’s medicine routinely prolongs life while allowing destruction of the person but pronounces death, using cardiac criteria, without loss of personhood.”

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