Over the years, I've tried numerous times to convince members to move as close as possible to their respective organization. To the best of my knowledge, I have been unable to convince a single person. If we could convince the entire cryonics community to reside within the metropolitan area of Phoenix (as an example) and never leave that would resolve a big logistical challenge, but that is pie in the sky dreaming. As you have come to realize, establishing medical capability on your own is not as easy as you once thought. So, does this mean we should abandon them? Tell them they are on their own? I hope not. Members should be more than paying customers and become apart of or form a local support group in conjunction with a cryonics service provider to help improve their overall chances of survival.