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Cryonics Institute (Clinton Township, MI)

Cryonics Institute (Clinton Township, MI)

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Cryonics Institute
Clinton Township, MI

The Cryonics Institute is a non-profit, membership-based organization founded in 1976 by Robert Ettinger, "The Father of Cryonics" with the goal of going beyond the theory of cryonics to the actual practice of offering reliable, secure and affordable Cryonics services to the public. Since founding, CI has been a leading force in the cryonics movement, advancing research, application, education and public awareness, hosting an active and engaged community of members world-wide.

The Cryonics Institute is an organization made up of members who are interested in the theory of cryonics and the option of pursuing cryonics' "Prospect of Immortality" for themselves and their families. The objective is not the profit motive, but rather to successfully prove the viability of cryonics, and for those members who choose cryopreservation, to live again to see a brighter future.

With over 100 patients currently in cryostasis, the organization respects the tremendous responsibility they have, not only to insure their own futures, but to insure the successful revival of the patients in their care. This responsibility is the driving force behind the Cryonics Institute that guides every decision they make, and every single thing they do. CI wants cryonics to work and is dedicated to achieving that singular goal.

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The Cryonics Institute owns and operates a fully-operational Cryonics facility located in Clinton Township, MI. The facility is housed in the 7,000 square foot Erfurt Runkel Building, named after John Erfurt and Walter Runkel, two long-time CI officers who are now patients in cryostasis at the facility. CI currently maintains over 100 patients in cryostasis at this facility, which has been operating without incident since the first patient, Rhea Ettinger was preserved in 1977.

Present state-of-the-art cryonics technology can successfully preserve the human body with remarkable integrity. Successful cryonic suspension requires immediate action at the time of passing in order to optimize the preservation of still-living cells. Be prepared for the most critical moment in the cryonic process. Visit http://www.cryonics.org to learn more.
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