Successes with cryopreservation

from the onwards-to-the-brain dept.
Senior Associate Charles Vollum writes "Looks like there is good news for cryonics in this BBC article. The story states that 'Frozen human ovary tissue – a potential fertility lifeline for hundreds of UK women – has been successfully thawed and revived in mice.' " Another excerpt: "Dr Debra Gook, who led the team at the city's Royal Women's Hospital, said: 'Our study is the first to confirm normal growth and development of human follicles. The high rate of functional preservation of follicles following cryopreservation also suggests that cryopreservation of ovarian tissues has real potential for clinical application.' "

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