Of course I want cryonics to be performed by medical professionals, in a medical facility, but that's a giant leap for high school grads wielding Craftsman hammers and tuna cans. Seriously, this has to be taken one step at a time, with cryonics gaining some degree of respectability, before being accepted into the medical community, (if that ever happens, and I have my doubts). Cryonics procedures are closely related to heart surgery and emergency medicine. Mathew's suggestion of a person of wealth incorporating a cryonics facility into a non-emergency facility seems pretty darn unrealistic, to me, and FD's suggestion of HIDING the cryonics activities in the back was just plain insane. Doing such a thing would be like begging someone to ban cryonics. Maybe it's FD who has had a "hidden agenda" all along.