On Sun, 29 Nov 1998 23:04:02 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 11/29/98 9:50:54 PM Central Standard Time,
><< On the original issue, How can one go about procuring cryopreservation
> in situations like Randy's uncle's?
It's Ken's uncle, not mine.
First, I supppose ice must be judiciously applied, and a cryopreservation providere found.
> Has this happened before?
Many times. I have even had people wanting to cryopreserve bodies already in the grave, the latest being a lady whose baby had been buried more than a month (of course CryoCare doesn't take these sorts of cases, and I don't think any cryo org would). But as for people who have just been pronounced dead, there are, I would imagine, several patients in dewars who were frozen under similar circumstances.