In a lab in Arizona, dozens of bodies sit preserved at 320 degrees below zero. They each paid $200,000 to be frozen on the hope that, one day, medicine will advance far enough to once again bring them back from the dead. While many may scoff at the idea of cryonics, supporters and companies like Alcor feel taking a bet on a long shot is better than the alternative.
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