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KrioRus is the first Russian cryonics company. Established in 2005, it is the first cryonics company outside the United States.

The company stores the brains of two patients, Lidia Fedorenko and an anonymous 60-year old man, in its facilities outside Moscow. Two full-body patients are also stored, bringing the total number of patients to 4.

KrioRus offers neurosuspension (cryopreservation of the brain), full-body cryonics suspension and other related services to clients from Russia, CIS and EU.

Cryonics is not illegal in Russia.

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