A Dying Young Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future

A Dying Young Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future By AMY HARMON September 12, 2015 Josh Schisler and Kim Suozzi during the last days of her life, in January 2013. Josh Schisler and Kim Suozzi during the last days of her life, in January 2013. By AMY HARMON September 12, 2015 In the moments just before Kim Suozzi died of cancer at age 23, it fell to her boyfriend, Josh Schisler, to follow through with the plan to freeze her brain. As her pulse monitor sounded its alarm and her breath grew ragged, he fumbled for his phone. Fighting the emotion that threatened to paralyze him, he alerted the cryonics team waiting nearby and called the hospice nurses to come pronounce her dead. Any delay would jeopardize the chance to maybe, someday, resurrect…


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