Jeff Davis wrote:
> Thus my suggestion that a malpractice lawsuit for failure to notify,
> inform, recommend, or apply cryonic suspension as a 'final meliorative
> clinical intervention against irreversible morbidity'.
Until someone is successfully revived from cryo, having been dead for
unrelated reasons before being put into cryo, cryo is not proven to
work - and thus, with no evidence of the full cycle working, doctors
are legally free to ignore it, just as they may ignore any other
unproven therapy. Sorry.
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