I am thinking more and more about cryonics. The problem is that I live in
Europe. Everything that I read so far seems very American. Suppose I sign up
with a cryosuspension provider in the US. Suppose I have a fatal accident on
the road after that. I do not think there would be time for an emergency
team to come from the US. Most likely the cryosuspension would have to be
performed by a local team and the frozen corpse shipped to the storage
facility in the US, of course in proper containers and handling procedures..
But these technical problems might be nothing when compared to the
administrative and legal problems. Is there any cryonics provider in a EU
country? Does any major US provider have branch offices in the EU?
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