May 1-3, 2017 • San Diego, California
Cairn’s husband, Jim Glennie, is cryopreserved.
She writes, “I am grateful for the supportive relationship that I have with the Life Extension Foundation. LEF supports scientific research and educational endeavors related to healthy life extension. Examples of this support include The Young Cryonicists Gathering – Teens & Twenties (T2) and OSSLAP. T2 helps keep the upcoming generation of young cryonicists both connected and informed regarding the latest evidence based scientific research. OSSLAP (Options for Safe, Secure and Legal Asset Preservation for Post-Resuscitation Access) brings together senior members of the cryonics community with expert knowledge in multiple areas of asset preservation. Of course, your primary asset is yourself. What is the science related to receiving an optimal cryo-preservation? Their diverse gifts of knowledge are made freely available via a book published on the Cryonics Society website.”
• OSSLAP (Options For Safe, Secure and Legal Asset Preservation For Post-Resuscitation Access)
• The Young Cryonicists Gathering – Teens & Twenties
• SWIVEL (Singles Week In Vegas for Extended Life)
• The ADOA Pulse Monitor (Automatic Dial-Out Alert Pulse Monitor)
• Committee of Perpetual Guardians