Teenager granted dying wish to be cryogenically frozen
The terminally ill 14-year-old girl expressed a wish to be revived in the future.
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The UK's High Court made the ruling in a legal dispute between the girl's parents after her estranged father opposed the idea. While approving the process, the judge suggested that proper regulation of cryonic preservation could be required in future.
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