Standby, Stabilization and Transportation (SST)

November 7th, 2020 by pstsola

We recently are being asked quite a few questions about standby, stabilization and transportation (SST). These are not handled by Southern Cryonics, but are handled by separate organizations like CryoPath. Please see the process at the following site.

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