CENTER ALCOR LIFE EXTENSION
The Scottsdale Center can be found in Arizona.
The Alcor Life Extension Foundation is a non-profit organization located in Arizona, Scottsdale, which advocates, researches and performs cryonics, that is, preserves humans in liquid nitrogen with the hope of restoring them with full health when new technologies have been developed in the future. Its name comes from ” Allopathic Cror genic Rescue,” (allopathic Cryogenic rescue), being allopathic medical philosophy that any treatment improves the prognosis of a patient is valid.
Alcor was founded as the Alcor Society for Solid State Hypothermia in 1972 by Fred and Linda Chamberlain. In 1976 Alcor carried out its first human cryopreservation. The name of the foundation was changed to Alcor Life Extension Foundation in 1977. It was moved to Arizona in 1994. In August 2005, Alcor had 773 members who had completed the financial and legal processes necessary for cryopreservation, and 69 patients in cryon suspension .
It is located in one of the areas with fewer natural disasters in the United States and very close to the neighboring airports. One of the oldest centers of Criónica.
7895 East Acoma Drive Suite 110
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
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STAFF OF ALCOR
Alcor in Scottsdale has more than 50 employees on staff, including managers, sales representatives, assistants, doctors, researchers, legal assistants and more.
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