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#1 DJS

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 10:07 PM

Greetings everyone,


I was wondering if anyone has any additional information on CryoGen and its pre-ICO that's happening in less than a month?




I'm particularly interested to learn more about their plans for a cryonics facility in Switzerland. Unfortunately here in the US we are still encumbered by judeo-christian ethics which prevents euthanasia as an option for the terminal ill. This is troublesome for cryonicists who desire an optimal preservation of their identity, particularly when they are faced with a pathology that involves the destruction of their neural substrate (aggressive brain cancers, senile dementia, etc). In Switzerland euthanasia is legal and that would allow for a much more optimal preservation.


So far I haven't been able to find much info other than the basic promotional stuff that's been put up on their website...


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Posted 22 September 2017 - 12:39 AM

a moderation note: it may be tricky to stay on topic here  


as I see it ,the topics are NOT 


--  judeo-christian ethics

-- "euthanasia" in Switzerland (physician-assisted suicide, also possible in Oregon)

-- Kriorus in general

-- cryptocurrencies, tokens and "initial coin offerings" in general 


But instead a discussion of the CryoGen initiative specifically.  


Don, I have given you moderation rights for this topic. Use them as you see fit.   

#3 MentalParadox

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Posted 22 September 2017 - 12:53 PM

Yes, I'm very curious too. I'm currently a member at Cryonics Institute. But seeing as how I'm from Belgium, a facility in Europe would be much better for me.

I just hope that IF it happens, the quality of the facility and the procedures performed (and materials used, such as perfusion fluids) will be good enough.

Quality concerns are why I didn't sign with KrioRus.

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#4 DJS

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Posted 11 November 2017 - 02:01 PM

Thank you Caliban. If any additional posts are made I'll try to manage it as best I can.

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Posted 11 November 2017 - 03:28 PM

Unfortunately I have signed up to the Cryonics Institute. They said they would not freeze anyone who had committed suicide. I gave them loads of money! Now I could never find that amount of money again. I don't know what to do. I am still it seems in the early stages of a diabetic driven dementia. Still SCI. I have heard of Bredesen but don't seem able to stick to the diet. I think I have chosen the wrong cryogenics provider.

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