I discused various cell types you might want to preserve
(frozen, preferably under lots of lead/concrete).
> Sounds like a good business opportunity . . .
I am moderately sure I've seen an advertisement for at least
one company that is handling the preservation aspect. I can't
remember the name, but I think it was in Virginia or North Carolina.
It is a logical branch off from the sperm/egg/embryo "banking" centers.
On Sun, 11 Jun 2000, Brian Atkins wrote:
> Would Alcor or CI handle this? Or does anyone know of someplace that
> could do it and store it?
They could handle the storage, I'm not sure about taking the samples.
The next time I've got a chance to talk with the Kronos people,
I'll be mention this to them as a logical extension. They
have the doctors and are willing to put you through a lot of
pain on their initial workups (treadmills, etc.), so going an
extra yard to get the bone marrow/biopsy samples would probably
be only a modest extension of the required sadism.
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