A Biotech company specialized in human cryopreservation

We use state-of-the-art technology to preserve you for the future, starting at just 45€ per month.
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How it works

Secure your cryopreservation with a few clicks

We offer human whole-body cryopreservation to give people a chance to be revived once medical technology has advanced enough to treat them. Currently Biostasis is the only option that gives you a chance to live in the future, should you die from something that can't be treated by the medical technologies of today.

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Sign-up in less than 10 minutes

We want to make your journey as smooth as possible. This is why we have created a simple, fast and entirely online sign-up process. Follow a few easy steps and sign your Biostasis contract directly from your screen.

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Setup your funding method

There are a few different methods you can choose from to fund your cryopreservation. Whatever method you choose, we will do our best to make sure that you are covered ASAP.

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Participate in our community

Thousands of early adopters around the world have decided to sign up for cryopreservation. Join our community to connect with peers, exchange ideas, and engage participate in events.
Why choose us

The world's fastest growing Biostasis provider

Cost of cryopreservation
Investing & Developing
Research in Biostasis
Our all-inclusive plans start at just €45 a month
Sign up can be completed entirely online within minutes
We help members set up an alternate funding method whenever requested
Learn about pricing & plans
Fast & quality cryopreservation
Standby teams in Europe
Standby teams in Berlin and Amsterdam (via a partner)
Standby team in Zurich coming soon
Collaboration with and training of local first response teams
Our Standby Procedures
Future proof structure
Built for long-term security
Long-term care at a non-profit foundation in Switzerland
Funds managed by an independent Patient Care Trust
Patients stored in underground part of facility
Our Structure & Partners
R&D focused

A leader in Biostasis R&D

Improving cryopreservation procedures and protocols for our members and the community
Funding translational and applied research and engineering projects
Quality cryopreservation

Standby teams in Europe

Medical standby teams in Berlin and Amsterdam (via a partner)
Standby teams in Zurich and the US coming soon
Collaborations with and training of local first response teams
Future proof structure

Built for long-term security

Long-term care at a non-profit foundation in Switzerland
Funds managed by an independent patient care trust
Patients stored in the underground part of the facility
Pricing

All inclusive cryopreservation plans

Our plans start at just €45 per month!

All plans include monthly membership and cryopreservation funding (worldwide standby, transport, and indefinite storage). Membership is 25€ per month, and cryopreservation funding cost depends on your funding method, age, and medical history. Learn more on our pricing page.
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Funding for Standby & Storage
Our Members
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Members
23+
Countries
52
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Frequently Asked Questions

What you need to know

Whether you already knew about the existence of cryopreservation or have only just become aware of it, you will likely have many questions. We're here to give you all the information that you need to make an informed decision.
What is cryopreservation in a nutshell?

Cryopreservation is an advanced medical procedure that uses extremely low temperatures to stop all biological processes in the body. Cryopreservation is not freezing, as the formation of ice crystals would be very damaging to the body. This procedure involves the use of specialized cryoprotectant solutions (think medical grade anti-freeze) to prevent freezing when the patient reaches sub-zero temperatures. Patients are cryopreserved in the expectation that future medical technology may be able to revive them and treat their underlying cause of death.
What is the current state of cryopreservation science?

While medical research is constantly progressing, it's currently not yet possible to revive a human after they have been cryopreserved, but there is no fundamental biological reason why revival would not eventually be possible. Here is some what's currently possible with cryopreservation:
For decades scientists have been successfully cryopreserving and rewarming parts of the body such as embryos, sperm, and skin. Read more about this use of cryopreservation.
Scientists have also been able to cryopreserve a rabbit’s kidney which became fully functional again after it was rewarmed. Read more about this experiment.
Research in 2016 showed that a rabbit’s brain remained in near perfect condition after it was cryopreserved and rewarmed. The synapses, cell membranes and intracellular structures remained intact, showing that cryopreservation can protect everything associated with memory and learning. Read more about this scientific breakthrough.
Scientists have also been able to cryopreserve and revive whole model organisms while keeping their memories intact. Read more about this research.
What's included in a cryopreservation plan with Tomorrow?

All of the plans with Tomorrow are all-inclusive. This means they include funds for every aspect of the cryopreservation service such as transport of the medical standby team to you, keeping the standby team at your location for days or weeks before your pronouncement, the complete cryopreservation procedure, transporting you to the long-term storage facility, and indefinite long-term storage. Additionally, all members receive invites to members only events and a welcome box including a member bracelet, card, and more.
How much does a Biostasis plan cost at Tomorrow Bio?

There are two parts of a Biostasis plan, the membership fee and the standby and storage cost. Our membership fee is 25€ a month. This pays for medical equipment, training and maintaining medical standby teams on call 24/7, etc. The monthly fee for standby and storage funding depends on which funding method you choose. Most members choose to cover the standby and storage costs with term life insurance that has a total coverage of 200.000€. The monthly cost of term life insurance starts at 20€ per month, but can be higher depending on your age and medical history. To get a price estimate fill out our plan calculator. The membership fee and standby and storage costs are paid for while members are still alive, nothing is paid after the patient has been cryopreserved. It is mandatory to pay the membership fee if you want to sign up with Tomorrow Bio, however you do not have to use our term life insurance option for funding. You can use an alternate funding method (e.g. own insurance, savings plan, will etc.). Please reach out to us if you would like to discuss alternate funding options.
Why isn't cryopreservation more affordable?

Cryopreservation funding is expensive in part because of how much needs to be included in a cryopreservation plan. Our plans cover the cost of transporting a medical standby team to you wherever you die, performing cryoprotection procedures on site, transporting your body to a long-term care (storage) facility, completing the cryopreservation, maintaining the cryopreservation indefinitely, etc. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be this expensive. Currently there are only a few hundred people cryopreserved worldwide, which means cryopreservation is not benefiting from scaling effects. The more people sign to be cryopreserved the more the cost of medical teams, cryoprotectant solutions, long-term care, etc. can decrease per capita. In other words, as our customer base grows and Biostasis becomes less of a niche topic, we will be able to bring down the cost of a high quality cryopreservation.
How and for how long is cryopreservation maintained?

Cryopreservation is maintained with liquid nitrogen (which is naturally at -196 degrees celsius in liquid form). No electricity is used, which secures patients against power outages and makes long-term maintenance economically feasible. The largest portion of funds are given to a patient care trust called the Tomorrow Patient Foundation (TPF). The TPF puts the cryopreservation funds into very low risk investments that have an annual return of 1-2% above inflation. The 1-2% return covers the running costs of maintenance (such as liquid nitrogen). This ensures that there are always enough resources to keep patients cryopreserved indefinitely, for however long is necessary for revival to be possible.
When will I be revived?

Given that the revival of cryopreserved patients requires significant medical advancement, it's not possible to say if and when revival will be possible. However, there is no fundamental biological reason why revival is not possible. And the good news is that there is no time limit to how long you can be cryopreserved without degradation.
Why would I sign up while I'm young and healthy?

First of all, in almost all cases, you would not be saving money by waiting to sign up. For example, if you wanted to get term life insurance that covers you until 70 years old, the overall price difference between signing up at 50 vs. 30 is less than 1%. Signing up early means you can get significantly more years of coverage for almost no price difference. Additionally, if you were to develop any medical condition while waiting to sign up, you could become uninsurable. This would make cryopreservation more difficult and potentially expensive to finance. Another reason it’s better to sign up now rather than later is because it secures you against an early death. Even if it’s unlikely, there is always the possibility that you get a life-threatening illness or get into an accident. Signing up now is the only way to ensure that you can be cryopreserved, regardless of when you pass away.
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