ATTITUDES AND ACCEPTANCE TOWARD THE TECHNOLOGY OF CRYONICS IN GERMANY

@article{Kaiser2014ATTITUDESAA,
  title={ATTITUDES AND ACCEPTANCE TOWARD THE TECHNOLOGY OF CRYONICS IN GERMANY},
  author={Stephanie Kaiser and Dominik Gro{\ss} and Jens Lohmeier and Michael Rosentreter and J{\"u}rgen Raschke},
  journal={International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={98 - 104}
}
Objectives: This study explores the awareness and the degree of acceptance of the idea of the medical technology cryonics—the freezing of a corpse to revive it in the future—among German citizens. Methods: Data were collected on the basis of a representatively weighted online survey of 1,000 people aged between 16 and 69 years and resident in the Federal Republic of Germany. Results: Forty-seven percent stated that they had already heard of cryonics; 22 percent could imagine having their bodies… Expand
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