A dying teen got her wish to be frozen so she could live longer, the Associated Press reports.
A 14-year-old British girl who wanted her body to be frozen so she could later be “woken up” won a historic legal fight shortly before her death, the Associated Press reports.
"I want to live and live longer and I think that in the future they may find a cure for my cancer and wake me up," the terminally ill cancer victim wrote to a judge before her death.
She told the judge she wanted to be 'cryo-preserved' -- a process where the whole body is frozen in the hope that one day it will be possible to revive it.
This is a screen grab of the patient report detailing the teen's cryopreservation.
The teen is the first child to be cryogenically preserved.
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