Best of Phoenix® 2012: Tour Alcor Life Extension Foundation with Max More

Best of Phoenix® 2012: Tour Alcor Life Extension Foundation with Max More

Within the walls of a building near the Scottsdale Air Park, Max More, CEO of ALCOR Life Extension Foundation, keeps a watchful eye over his "patients." Here, about 100 bodies or body parts (namely, heads) sit in liquid nitrogen and wait for the time when they're brought back to life. See the full Best of Phoenix story on Alcor Life Extension Foundation.

Also check out the complete Best of Phoenix 2012 interactive periodic table.

Photos by Claire Lawton and Eric Tsetsi


Within the walls of a building near the Scottsdale Air Park, Max More, CEO of ALCOR Life Extension Foundation, keeps a watchful eye over his "patients." Here, about 100 bodies or body parts (namely, heads) sit in liquid nitrogen and wait for the time when they're brought back to life. See the full Best of Phoenix story on Alcor Life Extension Foundation.

Also check out the complete Best of Phoenix 2012 interactive periodic table.

Photos by Claire Lawton and Eric Tsetsi
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