Re: CRYO: "Ischemia" vs. "Reversibly dead"

From: John Marlow (
Date: Tue Apr 24 2001 - 14:07:59 MDT

My understanding is that you are legally dead when your heart ceases
to beat.


On 24 Apr 2001, at 9:30, Ralph Lewis wrote:

> If you are reversibly dead, legally you might be considered dead and lose
> all of your human rights, the government might even be able to take the
> trust account which keeps you in suspension. However if you are in
> suspension you are not legally dead, only unavailable, and trust aggreement
> would still be legally valid.
> Any legal type here to clairfy this.
> Best Ralph

John Marlow

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