Researchers believe they are closing in on solving problem of damage to tissue from freezing.

A group of researchers claims to be close to solving the problem of irreparable damage to frozen living matter, which is part of problem blocking the success of cryogenics, according to The Express in “Want to live forever? Major breakthrough in cryogenic freezing.”

The researchers claim they were able to cryogenically freeze zebra fish embryos and then revive them without tissue damage. The big catch is that only 10% of the tissue was undamaged. The other 90% was still damaged beyond repair.

This result could be nothing more than an aberration.

If cryogenics did work, then estate planning would have to change greatly to make sure that a revived person had access to funds.

An estate planning attorney can help guide you in creating an estate plan that fits your unique circumstances.

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