when a person undergoes cryogenic preservation, they are prepared before freezing by various methods. the cells of the frozen person themselves are generally damaged from the freezing. many of them become brittle and experience apoptosis. technology is not at the point yet that a cryogenically preserved person can be revived. this would require nanotechnology to go into the frozen body and repair and cellular damage from the death process.
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