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The Science of Cryogenics

Alexander Goldberg, Ph.D.
The scientific writer and social media manager at GA International. Dr. Alex Goldberg earned his Ph.D. in biology and previously worked as a post-doc in toxicology and medicine, studying chronological lifespan in yeast, anti-neoplastic small molecules, and the genetics of tuberous sclerosis complex.

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  1. Such a wonderful article Alexander! The freezing is being used for much more than just preserving people until they can be revived. Cryogenics is even being used for in applications such as tissue engineering, stem cell therapy, and transfusions.

    • Hey Jonathan! Thanks for the lovely comment and the insight. Totally agreed that cryogenics education should be more widespread to increase the widespread applications.

      -Michelle from GA International

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