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Image 117
Cell Repair Machines VII

Image 117      
Title:   Cell Repair Machines VII  
Date:   1993  
Artist(s):   Michael G. Darwin  
Image Size:   51,401 bytes   [CLICK to download]
Image Dimensions:   694 X 517 pixels    
Image Palette:   Black & White    
Image Description:   The medical implications of cell repair devices are vast almost beyond reckoning. Infectious disease, cancer, arteriosclerosis — all could be completely eliminated. Even the aging process could be prevented or reversed by a technology capable of repairing cells at the molecular level, thus opening the door to virtually unlimited, healthy lifespans for all who survive to see this technology developed.

In this image, synaptic repair is being carried out by nanotechnologically-derived cell-repair devices.
Copyright Info:   © Copyright 1993 by the Alcor Life Extension Foundation. For reprint permission, please contact fred@alcor.org or the Alcor Life Extension Foundation at 7895 E. Acoma Drive, #110, Scottsdale, AZ 85260-6916, Tel. 1-800-367-2228.
Print Source(s):   Cryonics: Reaching for Tomorrow, Alcor Life Extension Foundation, Tucson, AZ, December 1993, 1998, page 24. Based closely on images in the original source: Michael G. Darwin, "The Anabolocyte: A Biological Approach to Repairing Cryoinjury," Life Extension Magazine: A Journal of the Life Extension Sciences 1(July/August 1977):80-83.
Online Source(s):   None.

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