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Perfected suspended animation within 20 years

 

Welcome to the Prometheus Project Web Site

The Prometheus Project is a major research initiative to produce fully-reversible, long-term suspended animation and make this available as an elective medical procedure for the benefit of all those who love life and want more of it. To gain the credibility needed for funding its main goal, the Project will first demonstrate suspended animation of the central nervous system. Research is about to begin with a $200,000 pilot project to achieve the reversible cryopreservation of hippocampal slices which will be conducted at a major university medical research center. The funding level of donations and pledges has now reached over $4,003,000 for the first ten years of the Project. The Prometheus Project may be supported by making either a donation or pledge to the Full Length Life Society, a Charitable Trust established for the purpose of promoting, funding, and monitoring the research, and educating the public about its revolutionary medical potential.
 

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If you have comments or questions about the Prometheus Project or the contents of this Web Site, contact the Project's founder, Paul Wakfer.
Site last updated: Nov 30, 1997.