January 1st, 2019 by pstsola
While we have not yet built the facility we believe our volunteer effort has done a lot over the last 6 or so years, to progress Cryonics in Australia. Just very quickly the high points.
1. We needed a means to handle standby (preparations at the patient’s hospital bed) and transportation (both within Australia and overseas). We essentially have a professional capability now.
2. We needed to find out what was happening overseas in cryonics so we could apply best practices here. A few years ago we were very kindly hosted at the two major US facility Alcor and Cryonics Institute.
3. We needed a way people in Australia could be helped through the intricacies of financially setting themselves up and joining a cryonics organisation.
4. And of course we still need to build the facility. We have the land, but as I have previously explained we have some requirements to make sure we do it right.