Years ago I looked at the vitrification process in use by multiple companies and to the best of my knowledge they've not improved it in over a decades time. The process they use is damaging in it's own way and reversal would cause even more damage. It also depends on some organizations whith less than perfect records on conduct and safety in handling, and no really well plotted course to revertion of the frozen.
At the time I looked into it, it looked more like "Sign your insurance over to us and we will keep you in a freezer until somebody figures out how to thaw you." And the asking price was just not plausible, considering the extra hoops that many of them make you go through (some charge extra if you don't die in one of their facilities and they have to send a team to where you die).
I've actually looked at some of the plasticizing techniques being used in tissue preservation for study and that looks far more promising to me as a means of shape and structure preservation. And ideally we would find a way to minimize damage and reduce toxicity of the process and make it more of a stasis so that we can do it pre death. I don't want a lingering painful death that leaves me further off and having to be 'brought back' I want reasonable diagnosis of decreased capability and quality of life with a recommendation of suspended life and maintainance until medical techniques can be used to repair what problems I have.
For that to even appeal I say we need something more in line with the ability to preserve living people, using techniques that have worked and been used to preserve donated tissues for long periods of time and are shown to effectively be reversible with no more tissue or nerve damage than can be encountered and survived by a living person. With those processes in place I'd like to then see the ability to invest in it like an insurance policy directly and that it would be implemented before death on site of the persons home or medical office. But the last is less important if you can just arrange a trip to the site before death (which works better for illness and deterriorating conditions than for accidents).
Then I'd like to see plans for revival review boards and condition repair sciences to be able to take place. So that a person with stage four liver cancer like my uncle, who hasn't responded well to therapy, if he decided to use the process could go in knowing that these are tissue preserving and mostly reversable processes and that he could be put under and every few years the review of medical proceedures for stage four liver cancer would be held, and once they are fairly certain of a greater than 78% chance of being able to kill the cancer and also to be able to stabalize his weakened health from chemo, and the preservation and reversal... then they revive him and do those.
I may still do it, if I ever get the money I'll need to manage it. But I've not much hope right now that it's anything but an elaborate burial ritual with similarity to mummification. only with a better preserved body that could benefit science even if it wouldn't bring me back.
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