LONDON (Reuters) – A 14-year aged lady who died of cancer has been cryogenically solidified in a wish she could be brought behind to life in a destiny after winning a landmark justice box shortly before her death, a BBC reported on Friday.
It pronounced a lady was upheld in her wish to be recorded by her mom though not by her father.
The BBC pronounced a High Court decider ruled that a girl’s mom should be authorised to confirm what happened to a body.
The girl, who lived in a London area, can’t be named for authorised reasons.
When she died in Oct her physique was taken to a United States and recorded there, a BBC added.
Cryonics is a use or technique of deep-freezing a bodies of those who have died of an incorrigible disease, in a wish of a destiny cure.