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The Doctors discuss a man who says he has signed up his entire family up to be cryogenically frozen with the hopes of being brought back to life in the future after they have died.
The man reportedly spent $140,000 dollars to have himself and his family frozen after they pass -- but are there any drawbacks to this concept?
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon notes, "We don't have that ability yet. These techniques of preserving, I don't believe that they necessarily work."
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry say that even if being frozen cryogenically and being brought back to life was actually plausible that they would not want to undergo this type of procedure.
Dr. Ordon notes, that assuming you live a long healthy life that you would be preserved at an older age. Therefore, if you were able to be brought back to life it would most likely be at an age in your elder years, which might not be ideal for some.