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storage facilitypatient numberpreservation datedate thawednameinitial storage facilitydetailsWikipedia linktechniquetypeperfusion?perfusion qualityDNR?ice formationwatch list timestandby time before deanimationlast-minute?time on life supporttime between deanimation and pronouncement, hours (aprox.)time between pronouncement and notification of cryonics organisationtime between pronouncement and beginning of proceduretime of procedurestime of transport (including waiting)time to beginning of cooldown to dry-ice temperaturetotal timelocation of deathused air ambulance?relocated near death?continental US?bordercause of deathdeath predicted?age at deathpre mortem sign up? self sign up?autopsy?Police / Examiner meddling?hospice?family supportive?medics cooperative?Support from funeral home?Smooth transport to Alcor?24/7 health monitoring would have been helpful?standby teamcase report linkother notesother link / sourcescase summary read bycase report read byarticle
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thawed1966-04-221967Sarah Frances Wilde nee Gilbert (appears to be correct name, verification pending)Cryo-Care Equipment Corporation
Maintained slightly above-freezing temperature for about 2 months then straight-frozen.[1] There was some thought of the cryonics premise of eventual reanimation. Within a year she would be thawed and buried by relatives.[2]"
cryonicswhole-body
Freeze-Wait-Reanimate, May 1966, 1-2; Ted Kraver, “Notes on the First Human Freezing,” Cryonics Mar. 1989, 11-21; Robert F. Nelson and Sandra Stanley, We Froze the First Man, New York: Dell, 1968, 14, 17-20.
Freeze-Wait-Reanimate, Feb. 1967, 4.
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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AlcorA-1142 1967-01-12Dr. James H. Bedford
Cryonics Society of California
1987-09-22: transferred to Alcorhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_BedfordcryonicsWhole Body
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thawed1967-091971-12Louis NiscoCryo-Care Equipment Corporation
"[He was] frozen after some damaging delay. He ended up stored at CSC because they offered the lowest storage rates."

"On May 15, 1970, the horizontal Nisco capsule with the four inside was lowered into the vault [7]. Nelson, in a court document, stated that despite the fact that funds to maintain the capsule were no longer being supplied by relatives, he maintained it “for an additional one-and-a-half years” [8]. It appears then that he quietly let the four bodies thaw, not later than around the end of 1971."
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed19681971-12Marie Phelps-SweetCryonics Society of Californiacryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed19681971-12Helen KlineCryonics Society of Californiacryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed19681968Eva SchulmanCryo-Care Equipment Corporation
"She had been autopsied prior to being frozen early. She was briefly stored with Cryo-Care, and then her son hauled her around in a truck for a time, on dry ice. She was soon turned over to a mortuary by the son and buried. "
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed1968-071969Donald Kester, Sr.Cryo-Care Equipment Corporation
"He committed suicide. He was thawed and buried by his son a year or so later."
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed11968-071974-06Steven MandellCryonics Society of New York
"His capsule, a horizontal, Cryo-Care unit like Nisco’s, was eventually removed by his mother, who wanted to pay lower rates, and sent to Nelson."
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed21968-111968-12Andrew MihokCryonics Society of New York
"He only remained frozen (at dry ice temperature) for two weeks before relatives refused to pay and instead had him thawed."
cryonicswhole-body
Mike Doll, “Vestal Man is 10th 'Frozen' by Cryonics,” The Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, N.Y. Thurs. Nov. 21, 1968.
“Family Bars Freezing for Heart Victim,” The Suffolk Sun, Thurs. Dec. 5, 1968.
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed31969-011980-07Ann DeBlasioCryonics Society of New York
In August 1971[1] she was removed from CSNY by her husband, Nicholas, and placed in an underground vault in New Jersey, which Nelson helped set up.

"Nicholas DeBlasio was living in the vicinity of New York City when his wife Ann died in January 1969. I understand his being a gun-toting policeman helped in prodding reluctant hospital officials to cooperate quickly in her freezing, which was carried out under sponsorship of CSNY. His wife was stored for a time on their New York premises, but Nelson convinced DeBlasio she could be maintained at a self-constructed facility more economically, and helped him set one up, a Chatsworth-style vault on a smaller scale, in a cemetery in Butler, New Jersey. The site, which became operational in August 1971, was tended by DeBlasio himself under an arrangement with CSC which allowed them to claim this East Coast location as an additional facility [25]."

"For several years, it appears, things went well despite the potential for trouble. Then in August 1978 a problem developed. A hammer or other heavy object was used to break the ice so half of the lid could be removed, and the rough handling caused a leak in the vacuum jacket. DeBlasio’s friend John Bull helped get it fixed. The patients inside were safely removed and stored on dry ice then returned to the repaired capsule and all was well. Unfortunately, there was more trouble of this sort and a partial meltdown and decomposition of the bodies occurred about May 1979. The decision was made to continue with the suspensions, but first the bodies had to be fully thawed out to remove them, which took about two days. This time Curtis Henderson assisted Bull and DeBlasio with the attempted salvage. The capsule again was repaired and the bodies again placed inside. But in July 1980, after another capsule failure with further decomposition, it was decided to terminate the suspensions and bury the patients. Mike Darwin, Joe Allen and personnel from a nearby mortuary were called in to dispose of the bodies and also reclaim the still-valuable capsule. Again many hours were needed; Mike used a breathing apparatus when the capsule on its side had to be entered to remove the remains which had fallen to the bottom and frozen in place in a plug of body fluids. Mike commented: “The agonizing thing for me about this most recent loss is that it represents the first time to my knowledge that two people have thawed out and lost their chances not because of lack of money, but because of lack of sense.” [26]"
cryonicswhole-body
“New Storage Facilities,” The Outlook, Sep. 1971, 1; “New East Coast Facility Opened,” Cryonics Review, Sep. 1971, 1.
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed1969-031971-12Russ StanleyCryonics Society of Californiacryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed41969-031970Paul HurstCryonics Society of New York
"[He] would be terminated when his son who was funding it moved to Australia and no longer wanted to make payments."
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed1970-091974-06Mildred HarrisCryonics Society of California
"Both were kept on dry ice for awhile. When Steven Mandell arrived (see above), his capsule was opened and these two were placed inside along with the original patient. (Possibly the capsule arrived before the freezing of the little girl.) The capsule was then stored in the Chatsworth crypt with the now-abandoned Nisco capsule. As was generally true with these early capsules, this one had problems with the vacuum insulation; frequent pumping was needed to harden the vacuum and keep the boiloff of liquid nitrogen to a reasonable rate. Evidently the capsule was not checked nearly as often as it should have been. Sometime around mid-1974 it was found to have failed and been without liquid nitrogen for “a long interval” [15]. I would date the termination of its three suspensions from this time (or possibly earlier, if there were earlier failures of this sort), although the capsule was refilled and maintained, according to Nelson’s testimony, for several more years [16]."
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed1972-011974-06Genevieve de la PoterieCryonics Society of California
She was 8 years old.

"Both were kept on dry ice for awhile. When Steven Mandell arrived (see above), his capsule was opened and these two were placed inside along with the original patient. (Possibly the capsule arrived before the freezing of the little girl.) The capsule was then stored in the Chatsworth crypt with the now-abandoned Nisco capsule. As was generally true with these early capsules, this one had problems with the vacuum insulation; frequent pumping was needed to harden the vacuum and keep the boiloff of liquid nitrogen to a reasonable rate. Evidently the capsule was not checked nearly as often as it should have been. Sometime around mid-1974 it was found to have failed and been without liquid nitrogen for “a long interval” [15]. I would date the termination of its three suspensions from this time (or possibly earlier, if there were earlier failures of this sort), although the capsule was refilled and maintained, according to Nelson’s testimony, for several more years [16]."
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed1972-011980-07[anonymous]Cryonics Society of California
"In November 1972 CSC froze a middle-aged, California woman (name withheld) who was transferred to the New Jersey site. She and Mrs. DeBlasio were stored for several years in an upright capsule which was checked only at intervals of seven weeks, when the previously filled capsule would have been nearly empty and in need of a major fill. The capsule had a two-piece, removable lid or neck plug, but an arrangement of steel fill pipes allowed liquid nitrogen to be added without opening the capsule, to facilitate the large volume of high-pressure, bulk-delivered liquid nitrogen that was required to complete filling the unit in a reasonable time. The uninsulated fill pipes had a drawback, however, in that heat conduction from the outside to the interior was greatly increased. One consequence besides increasing the boiloff of liquid nitrogen was icing of the lid which made it difficult to open the capsule for periodic inspections of the interior. These in turn were needed since the capsule had no instrumentation to indicate liquid nitrogen levels or interior temperature. (DeBlasio also had a personal motive to look inside since the patients were stored upright so he was able to see his frozen wife in an approximately lifelike pose.) CSC meanwhile folded and DeBlasio continued alone."

"For several years, it appears, things went well despite the potential for trouble. Then in August 1978 a problem developed. A hammer or other heavy object was used to break the ice so half of the lid could be removed, and the rough handling caused a leak in the vacuum jacket. DeBlasio’s friend John Bull helped get it fixed. The patients inside were safely removed and stored on dry ice then returned to the repaired capsule and all was well. Unfortunately, there was more trouble of this sort and a partial meltdown and decomposition of the bodies occurred about May 1979. The decision was made to continue with the suspensions, but first the bodies had to be fully thawed out to remove them, which took about two days. This time Curtis Henderson assisted Bull and DeBlasio with the attempted salvage. The capsule again was repaired and the bodies again placed inside. But in July 1980, after another capsule failure with further decomposition, it was decided to terminate the suspensions and bury the patients. Mike Darwin, Joe Allen and personnel from a nearby mortuary were called in to dispose of the bodies and also reclaim the still-valuable capsule. Again many hours were needed; Mike used a breathing apparatus when the capsule on its side had to be entered to remove the remains which had fallen to the bottom and frozen in place in a plug of body fluids. Mike commented: “The agonizing thing for me about this most recent loss is that it represents the first time to my knowledge that two people have thawed out and lost their chances not because of lack of money, but because of lack of sense.” [26]"
cryonicswhole-body
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed61972-121974-11Clara DostalCryonics Society of New York
"[She] was maintained on dry ice for nearly two years. There were some overtures to Nelson during this time to arrange for permanent storage in liquid nitrogen; these came to naught. She remained in dry ice storage at CSNY’s facility until November 1974, when her two children, by now unhappy with the cost and the emotional burden, had her buried."
cryonicswhole-body
Los Angeles Superior Court case C-161229, Deposition of Claire Halpert esp. 58, 71-72 (Aug. 4, 1978); Deposition of Richard Dostal esp. 64 (Mar. 22, 1979). Though these depositions appear mainly correct, they erroneously report or suggest that Clara Dostal, mother of Claire and Richard, was stored for a time in liquid nitrogen. Claire Halpert (Claire Branand) later denied this (private communication 24 November 2009) and this was confirmed by Mike Darwin who was intimately acquainted with the case (private communications 17 October 2014).
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html

http://chronopause.com/chronopause.com/index.php/2012/04/14/cryonics-failure-analysis-part-i-preface-and-initialization-failure-part-1/index.html
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AlcorA-1056 1974-02-09[anonymous]Trans Time
1982-11-13: transferred to Alcor
1983-11-02: converted to neuro
cryonicsWhole Body
initials: R.M.
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thawed71974-041977Michael Baburka, Sr.Cryonics Society of New York
"[He] was then stored privately by his son for several years before being thawed and, still in his capsule, buried." [1]
cryonicswhole-body
The Immortalist, Nov. 1977, 2; Cryonics, Jun. 1981, 2; private sources.
https://www.alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed1974-101979-04[anonymous]Cryonics Society of California
"In October 1974 Nelson froze a six-year-old boy (name withheld), who had died of leukemia. Nelson handled the maintenance at first, then turned the task over to the boy’s father, who dealt directly with the liquid nitrogen supplier [17]. When the capsule was opened it was still functional and in good condition. The body overall was in a good state of preservation but showed cracking damage which has been reported as evidence it was thawed and refrozen; instead the cause was likely the rapid quenching with LN2 that occurred initially, at the time of suspension [18]. The body was placed in a casket and prepared for viewing by the family prior to burial [19]."

"Nelson’s freezing operations ended with the thawing of Ledesma and the boy in April 1979. The local press became interested, and, it was said, forced open the crypt and, though finding no bodies in the areas they were able to access, made much of the general ruin and offensive conditions. “The stench near the crypt is disarming,” wrote one reporter, “strips away all defenses, spins the stomach into a thousand dizzying somersaults” [20]. Nelson defended his actions, however. “I haven’t done anything criminal, anything wrong other than a lot of bad decisions. It didn’t work. It failed. There was no money. Who can guarantee that you’re going to be suspended for 10 or 15 years” [21]."
cryonicswhole-body
https://alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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thawed1976-071979-04Pedro LedesmaCryonics Society of California
"In July 1976 Nelson froze a man, Pedro Ledesma, who had died the previous year and been kept by a relative in a mortuary refrigerator. Some ten months elapsed between death and freezing, so clearly the suspension was severely compromised from the start. Ledesma, however, was placed in the capsule in the crypt with the boy, and removed from suspension at the same time. (This capsule stood upright, with a removable lid; the two other, horizontal units were welded shut when in use.)"

"Nelson’s freezing operations ended with the thawing of Ledesma and the boy in April 1979. The local press became interested, and, it was said, forced open the crypt and, though finding no bodies in the areas they were able to access, made much of the general ruin and offensive conditions. “The stench near the crypt is disarming,” wrote one reporter, “strips away all defenses, spins the stomach into a thousand dizzying somersaults” [20]. Nelson defended his actions, however. “I haven’t done anything criminal, anything wrong other than a lot of bad decisions. It didn’t work. It failed. There was no money. Who can guarantee that you’re going to be suspended for 10 or 15 years” [21]."
cryonicswhole-body
https://alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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AlcorA-1001 1976-07-16Fred Chamberlain Jr.Alcor
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_and_Linda_Chamberlain#Fred's_father
cryonicsNeuro
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Trans Time1976-10-02Patricia Luna Wilson
Bay Area Cryonics Society
Bay Area Cryonics Society became the American Cryonics Society
cryonics
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Cryonics Institute11977-09-23Rhea EttingercryonicsWhole Body
She was preserved on dry ice during the first 10 years.
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thawed1978-071983-10Samuel BerkowitzTrans Time
"The last suspension failure of this sort was of Samuel Berkowitz, who was frozen in July 1978 and stored at Trans Time’s facility in northern California. I understand that, as the relatives who were funding the suspension (again lacking arrangements themselves) began to lose interest and/or wherewithal, an offer was made to continue the suspension as a neuro (head-only) free of charge, but it was turned down. Instead in October 1983 they had Berkowitz thawed, submerged in formaldehyde, and buried that way [27]. No attempt was made specifically to preserve the brain."
cryonicswhole-body
https://alcor.org/Library/html/suspensionfailures.html
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AlcorA-1057 1978-11-02[anonymous]Trans Time
1982-11-13: transferred to Alcor
1983-11-02: converted to neuro
cryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1055 1981-02-02[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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thawed1984-06-012006-03Monique Martinot
[private property]
1984 [exact date unknown]: preserved at only -65oC at chateau in the Loire valley
2006-03: thawed due to a malfunction of the freezer
cryonicswhole-body
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AlcorA-1068 1985-02-12[anonymous]Alcorhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtis_HendersoncryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1133 1987-06-08[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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Cryonics Institute21987-11-10Elaine EttingercryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1082 1987-12-11Dora KentAlcorhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dora_KentcryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1108 1988-05-08[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1165 1988-10-07[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1036 1988-12-12Richard Clair Jones aka "Dick Clair"Alcorhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_ClaircryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1169 1989-03-21Eugene T. Donovan AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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[private property]1989-06-01Bredo Morstoel
[private property]
1989 [exact date unknown]: preserved by grandson Trygve Bauge
1990-1993: Trans Time
1993-...: preserved by grandson and zir mother
they wanted to create a new facility called the "International Cryonics Institute and Center for Life Extension". I.C.I.C.L.E.
cryonics
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AlcorA-1196 1989-08-19[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsWhole Body
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thawedA-12421990-05-091994-05-24[anonymous]Alcor1994-05-24: thawed (transferred to relative)cryonics
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AlcorA-1049 1990-06-09Arlene Frances FriedAlcorcryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1239 1990-06-22Rocco SchiavelloAlcorcryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1268 1990-12-31[anonymous]Alcor
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_and_Linda_Chamberlain#Linda's_mother
cryonicsWhole Body
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Cryonics Institute31991-03-06cryonicsWhole Body
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Cryonics Institute41991-03-13cryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1058 1991-07-10Jerry LeafAlcorhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_LeafcryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1324 1991-08-02[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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Cryonics Institute51991-10-07Walter RunkelcryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1312 1991-12-12[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1260 1992-03-19[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1171 1992-06-01Michael FriedmanAlcorcryonics
Brain and rest of body stored separately
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AlcorA-1184 1992-06-19[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1367 1992-06-24Jim GlennieAlcorcryonicsNeuro
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Cryonics Institute61992-06-27cryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1410 1992-07-27James HourihanAlcorcryonicsNeuro
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Cryonics Institute71992-08-12cryonicsWhole Body
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Cryonics Institute81992-08-25cryonicsWhole Body
58
Cryonics Institute91992-09-09John ErfurtcryonicsWhole Body
59
Cryonics Institute101992-11-24cryonicsWhole Body
60
Cryonics Institute111992-12-02cryonicsWhole Body
61
Cryonics Institute53
between 1993 and 1999
CryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1401 1993-02-01[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsBrain
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AlcorA-1399 1993-04-11[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1487 1993-09-21[anonymous]
[private property]
2008-12-16: transferred to Alcor
2010-11-19: accepted as Alcor patient
cryonicsBrain
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Cryonics Institute54
between 1993 and 1999
CryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1206 1994-04-30[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsWhole Body
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Cryonics Institute121994-05-14Richard MarshcryonicsWhole Body
68
Cryonics Institute59
between 1993 and 1999
CryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
69
Cryonics Institute131994-09-14cryonicsWhole Body
70
Cryonics Institute141994-12-16Helmer FredrikssoncryonicsWhole Body
71
Cryonics Institute58
between 1993 and 1999
CryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
72
AlcorA-1030 1995-01-03[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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AlcorA-1559 1995-06-12[anonymous] (but Anatole ("Andy") EpsteinAlcorcryonicsWhole Body
https://www.alcor.org/cryonics/cryonics1995-3.pdf
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AlcorA-1486 1995-08-08[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
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Cryonics Institute151995-10-06Andrea FootecryonicsWhole Body
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Cryonics Institute161995-11-03cryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1475 1995-11-26Stanislaw PenksaAlcorcryonicsWhole Body
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AlcorA-1871 1995-12-12James GallagherCryoCare
procedure done by BioPreservation (source: Mike Darwin: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/New_Cryonet/conversations/messages/16278;_ylc=X3oDMTJybDczNTVlBF9TAzk3MzU5NzE0BGdycElkAzczODg0MTUxBGdycHNwSWQDMTcwNzU0MTY1MARtc2dJZAMxNjI3OARzZWMDZnRyBHNsawNycGx5BHN0aW1lAzE1MzY1NzA0MDE-?act=reply&messageNum=16278)
2001-01-24: transferred to Alcor from CryoCare
cryonicsNeuro
79
Cryonics Institute171996-01-28cryonicsWhole Body
80
AlcorA-1600 1996-03-05[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsWhole Body
81
Cryonics Institute181996-03-12cryonicsWhole Body
82
AlcorA-1872 1996-05-16Henrietta PopperCryoCare
procedure done by BioPreservation (source: Mike Darwin: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/New_Cryonet/conversations/messages/16278;_ylc=X3oDMTJybDczNTVlBF9TAzk3MzU5NzE0BGdycElkAzczODg0MTUxBGdycHNwSWQDMTcwNzU0MTY1MARtc2dJZAMxNjI3OARzZWMDZnRyBHNsawNycGx5BHN0aW1lAzE1MzY1NzA0MDE-?act=reply&messageNum=16278)
2001-01-24: transferred to Alcor from CryoCare
cryonicsNeuro
83
Cryonics Institute191996-05-18cryonicsWhole Body
84
Cryonics Institute61
between 1993 and 1999
Jerry WhiteCryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
85
Cryonics Institute52
between 1993 and 1999
Margaret BradshawCryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
86
Cryonics Institute201996-08-02cryonicsWhole Body
87
AlcorA-1670 1996-10-19[anonymous]AlcorcryonicsNeuro
88
Cryonics Institute211996-12-07cryonicsWhole Body
89
Cryonics Institute58
between 1993 and 1999
CryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
90
AlcorA-1110 1997-02-08Edward W. Kuhrt AlcorcryonicsNeuro
91
AlcorA-1069 1997-02-20Joseph CannonAlcorcryonicsNeuro
92
Cryonics Institute221997-03-04cryonicsWhole Body
93
Cryonics Institute60
between 1993 and 1999
CryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
94
Cryonics Institute231997-12-29cryonicsWhole Body
95
Cryonics Institute60
between 1993 and 1999
CryoCare2004-04-06: transfered to the Cryonics InstitutecryonicsWhole Body
96
Cryonics Institute241998-03-24cryonicsWhole Body
97
Cryonics Institute251998-04-20cryonicsWhole Body
98
Cryonics Institute261998-04-20cryonicsWhole Body
99
Cryonics Institute271998-05-07cryonicsWhole Body
100
Cryonics Institute281998-05-29cryonicsWhole Body
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