Hi. I'm seeing this post because it's curated and assume this will be the case of quite a few other people who'll read this article soon. Before rushing to sign up on cryonics, I'd be interested in discussion on the grievances brought up against Alcor here by Michael-G-Darwin https://www.reddit.com/r/cryonics/comments/d6s41b/can_alcor_get_any_worse/) . For reference Michael G Darwin (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Darwin) worked at Alcor a long while. In the post I've linked he quite extensively explains faults he finds in how Alcor has handled patients in the last years. Having read it I'm not inclined to go forwards with cryonics before having good evidence that standards of care have improved, or that Mike Darwin's claims have been solidly refuted. In general I'd appreciate strong evidence that the level of care given to most patients (and that which anyone signing up would expect to receive) is 'the best we can do' and not 'just good enough that people continue paying and scandals don't break out too often'.Are there any such discussions debating these points available elsewhere? I've currently only looked around for a couple hours max so I'm not knowledgeable on the subject. I'm mostly bringing this up so other novices at least know there's been some debate and there's more to look into than just what the companies offering those services say.