After his heart had stopped for 45 minutes, Joe Tiralosi was brought back to life, thanks in part to bone-chilling cold. Dr. Sam Parnia, who runs the Resuscitation Research program at New York's Stony... more 
After his heart had stopped for 45 minutes, Joe Tiralosi was brought back to life, thanks in part to bone-chilling cold. Dr. Sam Parnia, who runs the Resuscitation Research program at New York's Stony Brook University, tells Tracy Smith that dying is not a moment, but a process - and that process can be interrupted. A key factor, Dr. Parnia says, is extreme cold. less 
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