A 14-year-old girl when discovered that she was about to die of cancer, found comfort in the idea that science might be able to help her betraying death. She spent months online in search of a theory called the cryonic process which helps in freezing human bodies after death with a hope that they could be brought back to life one day.
The girl who wished to be cryogenically frozen in a hope to "wake up" and even get cured in the future has won her battle. The girl died in London last month but her name has not been disclosed yet.
"I want to live longer... even if that's in hundreds of years' time."
Also, she told one of her relatives: "I'm dying, but I'm going to come back again in 200 years."
The girl apparently won a "landmark legal battle" before dying but the report says that her father was not happy with her wish and disagreed with the decision.
Her parents were divorced and so were divided over her request. For which the judge personally visited the girl in the hospital saying that her mother has the power to make the final decision.
And was given the authority to take the decision over the disposal of her body.
The newspapers report: "The technique works by replacing the blood with 'anti-freeze' before storing the body in liquid nitrogen."
Her body was frozen and then taken to a storage facility in the US, she being the only one to have been frozen out of the 10 Britons as the only British child.
It is a non-profit organisation that helped to prepare the girl's body to transport it to the US.
It was said by the judge Mr. Justice Jackson that the information could be published only after one month of her death. Also, her parent's names and details should not be revealed.
Her parents were not able to afford to pay £37,000 for the cryonic process, so, her maternal grandparents helped for the same.
The tank shown in the picture is 10 ft high made of fiberglass, which stores the British teen and is tagged as 'patient 143.' And her grave has been stamped with the code HSSV-6-18.
This is the place where the bodies are prepared to be kept in the special tanks.