THE LIFE EXTENSION SOCIETY NEWS
Perhaps you want to live a long, healthy life, and want to educate
yourself about life extension and anti-aging medicine. Perhaps you don't
want to die at all, and want to be placed in "cryonic suspension" after
your death in the hope of restoration to life.
The Life Extension Society News is your opportunity to stay abreast of
developments in life extension and cryonics in the Northeast.
Subscribers to the News learn about:
o Sources of inexpensive, quality life-extending nutrients.
o Upcoming meetings on anti-aging medicine, cryobiology,
nanotechnology, and other topics related to life extension.
o National developments in cryonics that affect your life.
o Recent and upcoming activities of cryonics groups in New York,
Baltimore/Washington, Philadelphia, Boston, Pittsburgh, and elsewhere.
o An inventory of cryonics resources in the Northeast -- trainees,
equipment, signed-up individuals, etc.
o Life insurance options for financing cryonic suspension.
o Financing options for local cryonics capabilities.
The News is published quarterly by the Life Extension Society, Inc.
(LES), a non-profit Maryland corporation incorporated in 1992. For
information, write LES, 990 N. Powhatan St., Arlington, Virginia 22205,
703-534-7277. Annual subscription rate is $10.00. Back issues cost
$5.00. The News also is published on the Internet. Cyber-surfers are
encouraged to contribute $10.00.