Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Colo. Family Sues Cryogenics Group

A Colorado family is fighting with a nonprofit cryogenics organization over custody of the head of a woman who died earlier this month and a trust she established, the Associated Press reports.

Mary Robbins, who died of cancer February 9, signed documents in 2006 giving Alcor Life Extension Foundation, in Scottsdale, Ariz., the right to preserve her head and brain using extreme cold in hopes that future technology might restore her health. The agreement included a $50,000 annuity to cover preservation costs...

Philanthropy: Colo. Family Sues Cryogenics Group

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