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The cryopreservation of entire bodies has never been proven to work. However, it is possible to cryopreserve smaller body parts and tissues. Unlike cryonics, cryopreserving other tissues does not promise resuscitation in the future, but could provide benefits to the life of the person donating...
There are no laws in the UK that are specifically targeted at cryonics, and it is not currently regulated. However, there are some areas of the law that do have some impact on cryonics, these work on the basis that a patient undergoing the cryonics process has died, so is treated as a dead...
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The HTA was asked to provide information regarding its mobile and fixed-line telephony.
The HTA was asked to provide all relevant information to explain why patients that stay over a 30 day period within a mortuary has to be frozen at specific temperatures.
Organ Donation Week took place between Monday 3 September to Sunday 9 September.