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By definition, Cryopreservation, or cryonics, is the process of freezing and storing the body of a recently deceased person to prevent tissue decomposition so that at some future time the person might be brought back to life upon development of new medical cures. With current technologies this process is not scientifically possible on humans. Only around 200 people have undergone the procedure since it was introduced in 1962.



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