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About the School | Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple …

Posted: March 22, 2019 at 12:46 pm

Founded in 1901 as Pennsylvanias first co-educational medical school, the Lewis Katz School of Medicine has attained a national reputation for training humanistic clinicians and biomedical scientists. The school attracts students and faculty committed to making a difference in patient care, research, education and public service at home and across the globe.

The School of Medicine and Temple University Hospital (TUH), its chief clinical training site, provide care for patients from throughout the region seeking advanced tertiary- and quaternary-level care. In addition, TUH serves one of the most vulnerable populations in the nation, providing more free and under-reimbursed care than any other hospital in Pennsylvania.

With clinical training sites that include other member hospitals and specialty centers of the Temple University Health System and educational affiliates of the School of Medicine, medical students gain experience in a variety of urban, suburban, and rural in- and out-patient settings. They learn to provide culturally competent, interprofessional care to a diverse population of patients with simple conditions as well as highly complex ones.

The Lewis Katz School of Medicine is a school that prizes not just technical excellence but diversity, equality and inclusion. It teaches the true art and science of doctoring. Moreover, its educational strategic plan, Improving Health Through Innovation in Medical Education, keeps pace with new medical knowledge and with emerging trends in care delivery.

The schools home base in Philadelphia is a spectacular 11-story, 480,000 square-foot medical education and research building that features state-of-the-art facilities and technologies for medical education and research. It opened in 2009. With specialized research centers focused on population health, metabolic disease, cancer, heart disease and other strategic priorities, the school conducts investigations to break new groundand trains future generations of researchers to follow suit.

On October 13, 2015, Temple's medical school was officially dedicated as the Lewis Katz School of Medicine ahistoric milestone in the schools history. Thousands of people participated in events celebrating this change which,Dean Dr. Larry Kaiser said, "joins our schools legacy to the values that Lewis lived by, and the values which we have always tried to instill in our students hard work, dedication, service."

The Lewis Katz School of Medicine is part of Temple University Health System, a $1.6 billion enterprise. It is one of seven schools of medicine in Pennsylvania and the ninthmost-applied-to medical school in the United States.

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MD Program | Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple …

Posted: March 22, 2019 at 12:46 pm

Each year the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University (LKSOM) carefully assembles a class of 210 students who have achieved academic excellence and demonstrated a commitment to serving others. The diversity of our students includes various agesfrom recent college graduates to those changing careersand students from a wide variety of cultural, socioeconomic and geographic backgrounds. Everyone here both faculty and staffis invested in helping you become the best physician you can be.

LKSOM confers the MD degree; PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) and MS (Master of Science) degrees in Biomedical Sciences; MMS (Master of Medical Science) in Physician Assistant Studies; MA (Master of Arts) in Urban Bioethics; and the dual degrees MD/PhD, MD/MA in Urban Bioethics, MD/MPH and MD/MBA.

We are a vital part of Temple University and a world-class center of teaching, research and healthcare that offers a total of seven first-professional degree programs.

Temple is renowned for a culture of service. We place particular emphasis on attracting future physicians who will provide care for underserved populations. Through their commitment to fulfilling the medical needs of our North Philadelphia neighbors and surrounding communities, our faculty passes on this tradition of service to our students.

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LKSOM White Coat Ceremony | Calendar of Events

Posted: March 22, 2019 at 12:45 pm

Friday, August 10, 2018

10:00 a.m.

Temple Performing Arts Center

Broad and Polett Walk


Liacouras Center Parking Garage

The Liacouras Center Arena is located in North Philadelphia on the corner of Cecil B. Moore and N. Broad Street in North Philadelphia, PA, about a mile and a half north of city hall. The venue has a 1,200--space indoor parking garage attached to the facility (at Cecil B. Moore and North 15th Street), and parking lots located throughout the main campus.View map.

About the White Coat Ceremony

The White Coat Ceremony, initiated in 1993 at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons with the support of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation, has become common practice in US medical schools. The ceremony is a rite of passage for first year medical students, designed to inculcate the values of professionalism, humanism, and compassionate patient care. It is the official welcome to the medical profession and to the Temple family.

In the ceremony, students are "cloaked" in their first white coats in the presence of family members, friends and school faculty. The program includes greetings by medical school deans; explorations of the meaning of professionalism by an array of speakers representing the perspectives of medical school faculty, alumni, the community, patients and ethicists; and taking of an oath based upon the 1948 Declaration of Geneva.

For students, it provides a vivid realization that they are, in fact, medical students and future physicians and serves as a rite of passage into the profession of medicine.

The LKSOM White Coat Ceremony is a ticketed event; each student receives an alottment of tickets for their chosen guests.

A reception will immediately follow the ceremony in the Mitten Hall Great Court, located beside the Temple Arts Center.

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Human Reproduction | Ovarian Cancer | Carcinoma

Posted: March 22, 2019 at 12:44 pm

Irene Maria Elena, MDObstetrics and Gynecology DepartmentFK UKRIDAReproductive Health The WHO defines reproductive health as a stateof complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence ofreproductive disease or infirmity. Reproductive health involves all of thereproductive processes, functions and systems atall stages of human life. This definition implies that people are able tohave a satisfying and safe sex life and that theyhave the capability to reproduce and the freedomto decide if, when and how often to do so. Kesehatan Reproduksi , adalah kondisi sehatmenyangkut sistem, fungsi, dan proses alatreproduksi yang dimiliki .

NEUROSYPHILIS No single testing technique has been able to diagnose All adults with latent syphilis be evaluated clinically for aortitis,neurosyphilis, gumma, iritis (CDC recommended) Lumbar puncture for cerebrospinal fluid analysis should be donein any patient with latent syphilis of unknown or greater than 1 yrdurationin specific situatuonsCondyloma Acuminatum, Sexuallytransmitted disease of the vulva, vagina andcervix; Etiologic agent: Human papillomavirus High risk: HPV 16 and 18; Benign: HPV 6 and11Penyakit Radang Panggul Infeksi dan peradangan pada organ-organ disaluran genital wanita bagian atas Inflamasi yang terjadi merupakan suaturangkaian kesatuan yang terdiri dari uterus(endometritis), tuba falopii (salpingitis),ovarium (ooforitis), miometrium,parametrium (parametritis), rongga pelvis(peritonitis) RPR merupakan infeksi polimikrobial danbiasanya disebabkan oleh mikroorganismeN.gonorrhoeae dan C.trachomatis Bakteri masuk melalui vagina dan serviks(kolonisasi pada endoserviks) dan menjalar kerahim lalu ke tuba falopii. Dapat juga ditemukan virus, jamur(actinomyces israeli) dan parasit(skistosomiasis) Infeksi ini jarang terjadi sebelum siklusmenstruasi pertama, setelah menopausemaupun selama kehamilan Penularan yang utama terjadi melaluihubungan seksual, tetapi bakteri juga bisamasuk ke dalam tubuh setelah prosedurkebidanan/kandungan (mis pemasangan IUD,persalinan, keguguran, aborsi dan biopsiendometrium)Organisme penyebabPenyakit Radang PanggulAerob Anaerob VirusNeisseria gonorrheae Bacteroides sp Herpes simplexChlamydia trachomatis Peptostreptococcus sp EchovirusUreaplasma urelyticum Clostridium bifermentans CoxsackieGardneralla vaginalis Fusobacterium spStrptococcus pyogenesCoagulase negativestaphylococciEscherichia coliHaemophillus influenzaeMycoplasma hominisStreptococcus pneumoniaeMycobacteriumtuberculosisInfeksi Traktus Urinarius Etiologi : E.coli (80%), Proteus, Klebsiella danPseudomonas, Enterobacter, Streptococcusfaecalis, Staphylococcus saprophyticus,Enterococcus dan Chalamydia Infeksis dari uretra (uretritis) dan kandungkencing (sistitis) Gejala : kombinasi frekuensi, urgensi, disuria,piuria, hematuria, nyeri pelvik akut ataukronik, nyeri punggung dan demamHUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCYVIRUS HIV infection is caused by an RNA retrovirus HIV is a RNA retrovirus that attches to the CD4receptor of the target cell and integrates intothe host genome When the CD4 all count falls below 200cells/L, patients are at high risk for AquiredImmunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) In females: Coexisting infections may have damaged normalanatomy and function of pelvic organs In males: HIV effects on semen Safe reproduction in couples with HIV Safe reproduction recommendations: Infected man + normal woman: semen washing + AssistedReproductive Technology (ART) Normal man + infected woman: IntarauterianeInsemination (IUI) Both HIV+: semen washing Anti-retrovirals, elective CS, no breastfeedingInduced Abortion Abortus dipakai untuk menunjukan ancamanatau pengeluaran hasil konsepsi sebelum janindapat hidup diluar kandungan, dan sebagaibatasan digunakan kehamilan kurang dari 20minggu atau berat anak kurang dari 500 gram. Abortus buatan (Induced Abortion) ialahpengakhiran kehamilan sebelum 20 mingguakibat tindakan (The delibrate termination ofpregnancy in a manner that ensures that theembryo or fetus will not survive) Komplikasi :- Perdarahan- Perfosi- Infeksi- SyokKontrasepsi Perencanaan Keluarga

2-4 tahun


MaleCondomSpermisidaCARCINOMACERVIXCERVIXthird most frequent malignancy Risk Factors:- early and frequent sexual contact- cervical viral infection particularly HPVCERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIALNEOPLASIA (CIN)

CIN 1 Mild atypia Atypical changes involvelower third ofepithelium


CIN 2 Moderate atypia Atypical changes involve1/3 2/3 of epitheliumCERVICAL INTRAEPITHELIALNEOPLASIA

CIN 3 Severe atypia Atypical changes involve>2/3 or full thickness ofthe epitheliumCERVIXTwo types of malignancy:1. Squamous cell CA 8085%2. Adenocarcinoma 15-20%Degree of Differentiation of TumorsG1 = well differentiatedG2 = intermediateG3 = undifferentiatedCERVIXVerrucous Carcinoma- a rare type of squamous cell carcinoma- warty tumors appear as large bulbous masses- rarely metastasizeAdenocarcinoma- do not appear to be affected by sexually factorsassociated with squamous cell CACERVIXAdenoma malignum- microscopically innocuous appearing tumorsconsist of well-differentiated mucinous glandthat vary in size and shape and infiltrate thestroma- deeply invasive and metastasize earlyCERVIXClear Cell Carcinoma- histologically identical to ovary- uncommon in cervix- associated with intrauterine DES exposureAdenoid Cystic Carcinoma- rare; less aggressive- resemble Basal Cell CA of skinCARCINOMA of the CERVIX

Clinical Considerations- abnormal bleeding/brownish discharge followingintercourse or douching occurring spontaneouslybetween menstrual periods- back pain- loss of appetite- weight loss- age 40-60s (median 32 years)

CervixCARCINOMA of the CERVIXStaging:- pelvic exam- general physical exam- chest radiographic exam- IVP- CT ScanNatural History and Spread- initially a locally infiltrating carcinoma that spreadsfrom cervix to the vagina and paracervical andparametrial areas


Forms:- ulcerated- exophytic- endophyticSpread:- lymphatic- hematogenous (lung, liver, bone)

CervixUTERUSUTERUS Most common malignancyEpidemiology:- affects women in perimenopausal andpostmenopausal years- diagnosed between 50 65 years- younger than 40 (5%)- younger than 50 (10%) Complex Atypical Hyperplasia- results from increased estrogen stimulation of theendometrium and is a precursor to endometrioidendometrial carcinomaENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMARISK FACTORSIncreases the Risk Decreases the RiskUnopposed estrogen stimulation OvulationUnopposed menopausal estrogen Progestin therapyreplacement therapy (4-8x) Combined OCPMenopause after 52 yrs (2.4x) Menopause before 49 yearsObesity (2-5x) Normal weightNulliparity (2-3x) MultiparityDiabetes (2.8x)Feminizing ovarian tumorsPolycystic ovarian syndromeTamoxifen therapy for breastcancerENDOMETRIALHYPERPLASIA Results from excess of estrogen or an excess ofestrogen relative to progestin, such as occurs withanovulationTypes:1. Simple Hyperplasia2. Complex Hyperplasia without atypia3. Complex Hyperplasia with atypiaSimple Hyperplasia

UterusComplex Hyperplasiaw/o Atypia Glands are crowded withvery little endometrialstroma and a very complexgland pattern andoutpouching formation Considered lowpremalignant potential

UterusComplex Hyperplasiaw/ Atypia

UterusENDOMETRIALHYPERPLASIANatural History- the rate at which endometrial hyperplasia progresses toendometrial carcinoma has not been accuratelydetermined Rate of Progression to Cancer- complex atypical hyperplasia 29%- simple hyperplasia 1%- complex hyperplasia w/o atypia 3%


Symptoms:- postmenopausal and perimenopausal bleeding Diagnosis:- endometrial sampling- Fractional D&C- Pap smear detect endometrial CA (50%) Histologic Types:G1 = well differentiated (50% solid components)


UterusENDOMETRIAL PRIMARYCARCINOMAAdenosquamous Carcinoma- squamous epithelium that co-exists with glandularelements of endometrial carcinomaUterine Papillary Serous Carcinoma- highly virulent and uncommonClear Cell Carcinoma- less common (5%)- tend to develop in postmenopausal womenand carry a prognosis much worse than typicalendometrial carcinomaUterusSTAGING of ENDOMETRIALCARCINOMAStages CHARACTERISTICSStage IA Tumor limited to the endometriumIB Invasion to less than half of the myometriumIC Invasion to more than half of the myometriumStage IIA Endocervical glandular involvement onlyIIB Cervical stromal invasionStage IIIA Tumor invades serosa and/or adnexae and/or positiveperitoneal cytologyIIIB Vaginal metastases

UterusOVARYOVARIAN CARCINOMASecond most common malignancyMajor contributing factor:- detection of disease after metastatic spreadIncidence increase with age

OvaryRISKS OFOVARIAN CARCINOMAIncreases DecreasesAge BreastfeedingDiet Oral contraceptivesFamily history PregnancyIndustrialized country Tubal ligation andInfertility hysterectomy with ovarianNulliparity preservationOvulationOvulatory drugsTalc?

OvaryCLASSIFICATION OFOVARIAN CARCINOMACLASS FREQUENCYEpithelial Stromal 65Germ Cell 20 25Sex Cord-Stromal 6Lipid Cell

OvaryWHO Classification of OvarianNeoplasmCLASSIFICATION OFOVARIAN CARCINOMAEpithelial Stromal Tumors- most frequent- arise from coelomic epithelium Germ Cell Tumor- second most common- most common in young women- composed of extraembryonic elements or 3 embryonic layers(ectoderm, mesoderm or endoderm)- main cause of ovarian malignancy particularly in youngwomen teens

OvaryCLASSIFICATION OFOVARIAN CARCINOMA Sex Cord-Stromal Tumors- 3rd most common- contain elements that recapitulate the constituents of theovary and testis- secrete sex steroid hormones or may be hormonally inactive Lipid Cell Tumor- extremely rare; histologically resemble the adrenal gland Gonadoblastoma- consists of germ cell and sex-cord stromal elements- occur in individuals with dysgenetic gonadsparticulary when Y chromosome is present

OvaryCLASSIFICATION OFOVARIAN CARCINOMASoft Tissue Tumor- not specific to the ovary- hemangioma or lipomaUnclassified- Small Cell CA highly virulent affecting young womenSecondary Metastatic TumorsTumor-like conditions

OvarySerous Cystadenocarcinoma

OvaryMucinous Cystadenocarcinoma

OvaryEndometriod Tumors

IIC Tumor either IIA or IIB, but w/ tumor on surface of one or bothovaries, or w/ capsule ruptures, or if w/ ascitesStage IIIA Tumor grossly limited to the pelvis w/ negative nodes but w/microscopic seeding to the abdominal peritoneal surfaceIIIB Tumor of one or both ovaries w/ histologically confirmedimplants of abdominal peritoneal surfaces, none exceeding 2cm, nodes are negativeIIIC Abdominal implants greater than 2 cm and/or positiveretroperitoneal or inguinal nodesStage IVA Parenchymal liver metastasisTeratoma Mature Teratoma (Dermoid) Most common type of ovarianteratoma/ovarian neoplasms; and mostcommon neoplasm diagnosed duringpregnancy Composed of fully/well differentiated maturetissues from 3 germs cell layers, usuallyectodermal (skin, hair, sebaceous glands, glia)but also mesodermal and endodermalderivatives Occuring in woman ages 20-30 years Complications: torsion, rupture, infection,malignant transformation (2%)Teratoma Immature Teratoma The malignant counterpart of mature cysticteratoma or dermoid 2nd most common germ cell malignancy Proliferation of meiotic germ cell Neural elements that makes it malignant The amount of undifferentiated neural tissues(immature neural tissue present) is prognosticimportance and guidelines for chemotherapy They are usually unilateral, although thecontralateral may contain a mature teratoma These tumors often secrete fetoprotein(AFP)Torsion Cyst Adnexal torsion may be suspected in thewoman with an adnexal mass whoexperiences the sudden onset of pelvic pain Torsion of the adnexae can involve the ovary,tube, and ancillary structures, eitherseparately or together Commonly associated with a cystic neoplasm Symptoms include :Abdominal pain and tenderness, that usuallyare sudden in onset and result from occlusionof the vascular supply to the twisted organRuptured Cyst A ruptured ovarian cyst is a commonphenomenon, with presentation ranging fromno symptoms to symptoms mimicking anacute abdomen Each month, a mature ovarian follicleruptures, releasing an ovum so the process offertilization can begin Occasionally, these follicles may bleed into theovary, causing cortical stretch and pain, or atthe rupture site following ovulation Similarly, a corpus luteum cyst may bleedsubsequent to ovulation or in early pregnancy. As blood accumulates in the peritoneal cavity,abdominal pain and signs of intravascularvolume depletion may arise. The etiology of this increased bleeding isunknown, although abdominal trauma andanticoagulation treatments may increase therisk. Nonphysiologic cysts, such as cystadenomasand mature cystic teratomas (dermoid cysts),may, in rare cases, rupture and causesymptoms a diffuse chemical peritonitis can accompanyrupture of a dermoid cyst, presumably fromspillage of sebaceous fluidTorsion and Ruptured Cyst These symptoms :- severe or sharp pelvic pain- fever- faintness or dizziness- rapid breathingcan indicate a ruptured cyst or an ovariantorsion. Both complications can have seriousconsequences if not treated early. Williams obstetrics Williams gynecologic Clinical gynecologic oncology (De Saia) Medscape Current obstetrics and Gynecology Ed 11 WHO : Introduction to Reproductive Health and The Environtment Panduan penatalaksanaan infeksi pada traktus genitalis dan urinarius Buku ajar kependudukan dan pelayanan KB At a glance sistem Reproduksi Ed 2 Panduan pelayanan klinik Kanker Ginekologi Ed 3-2013 (HimpunanOnkologi Ginekologi indonesia)THANK YOU

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UN: Gene editing for human reproduction is irresponsible

Posted: March 22, 2019 at 12:44 pm

GENEVA (AP) A panel convened by the World Health Organization said it would be irresponsible for scientists to use gene editing for reproductive purposes, but stopped short of calling for a ban.

The experts also called for the U.N. health agency to create a database of scientists working on gene editing. The recommendation was announced Tuesday after a two-day meeting in Geneva to examine the scientific, ethical, social and legal challenges of such research.

At this time, it is irresponsible for anyone to proceed with making gene-edited babies since DNA changes could be passed down to future generations, the experts said in a statement.

Last year, Chinese researcher He Jiankui rocked the scientific community with his announcement that he helped make the worlds first gene-edited babies, altering the DNA of twin girls to try to make them resistant to HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

WHOs announcement comes after an international group of scientists and ethicists called for a temporary ban on gene-edited babies in the journal Nature last week.

Margaret Ann Hamburg, co-chair of the WHO panel, and her colleagues declined to call for a similar prohibition.

I dont think a vague moratorium is the answer to what needs to be done, she said. What were trying to do is to look at the broader picture.

She said the experts envisioned a WHO-directed database where journal publishers and funders of gene editing research would require scientists to sign up but acknowledged they had not yet worked out how to reprimand any scientists who refused to register.

Earlier this year, Chinese investigators said He had dodged supervision of his work and broke research norms because he wanted to be famous. The report said He could face consequences, although it didnt specify which regulations he may have violated.

WHOs director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced the formation of the panel in early December after He revealed his experiment.

We have to be very, very careful about how to proceed, Tedros said at the time. We have a big part of our population who say, Dont touch.

Gene editing is intended as a more precise way to do gene therapy. Trying it in adults to treat diseases is not controversial and the DNA changes do not pass to future generations. But most scientists think gene editing to make babies is too risky to be tried at the moment because of the danger of damaging other genes and because unknown DNA alterations could be passed on.


Cheng reported from London.


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About CI | Cryonics Institute

Posted: March 22, 2019 at 12:41 pm

Stability, Safety, And Security

We have a proven track record of financial security and stability, as well as price stability. CI is the only cryonics organization with no debt, no stockholders, and no landlords. We own our patient care facilities outright, and all of our member officers and directors donate their services voluntarily. We're one of the oldest cryonics organizations in existence -- and the only such organization that has never raised its prices, even in high-inflation times like the late 70s and early 80s. Adjusting for inflation, our prices have actually steadily declined, and we hope to continue that trend.

As members, each and every one of us has a vested interest in the long-term viability of our organization - our facilities, cryostats and finances are built to last into the future we're striving toward.

We have a flexible and rapid system of emergency patient care based on widely available networks of mortuary assistance. This means that in the critical early stages, we can bring qualified professionals to you throughout most of the world. In particular, London-based F.A. Albin & Sons funeral directors are trained, practiced, equipped, and prepared to fly a team anywhere in Europe on short notice to help European CI members, tourists or business travellers.

Our prices are lower than any other organization in fact, the most affordable prices anywhere in the world. This is in keeping with our membership philosophy to provide ourselves reliable cryonic services at a reasonable and affordable cost. If we were to raise prices, we'd only be charging ourselves more.

Our minimum whole-body suspension fee is $28,000. (For members at a distance, transportation costs and local help will be additional.) Our $28,000 fee is a one-time only payment, with no subsequent charges. It's easily funded by insurance or other means. (For last-minute cases, where the patient was not signed up beforehand, we ordinarily charge $35,000 rather than $28,000, if arrangements can be worked out at all.)

Does that lower fee mean lower quality patient care or services? Absolutely not. We believe that our non-profit status allows us to more successfully control costs. We believe that specific methods and research offered by alternative cryonics organizations differ only slightly from ours and that our procedures and policies give an equal or better chance for patient survival than competing organizations.

See for yourself. Read our FAQ and review "The CI Advantage." Remember, many CI members could afford the higher prices of other organizations for themselves and their families, but we've chosen CI because we know it's our best bet. And yours.

CI Membership

Details on joining the Cryonics Institute. We offer Annual (yearly) or Lifetime Membership options. Please note, ONLY members are eligible for the cryonics services provided by CI.

CI Membership Worldwide

The Cryonics Institute (CI) welcomes those living outside the United States to join us as as Members. We offer human cryopreservation, pet cryopreservation and tissue/DNA cryopreservation to CI Members around the world.

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Secure perpetual storage for essential personal documents and keepsakes.

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Third-Party Standby, Stabilization and Transport services are available to CI Members through an arrangement with SA inc.

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Cryonics emergency necklaces and/or bracelets are available for Cryonics Institute (CI) Members who have made all the necessary arrangements to be cryopreserved by CI. These items include important information to help expedite local help in a cryonics emergency.

CI's state-of-the-art equipment ensures optimal cryonic suspensions.

Please see our extensive Resources Library for a deeper look into Cryonics and the Cryonics Institute. The library includes sample forms, internet links, equipment and procedure details and much more.

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