Dr. Sam Parnia talks about his new book, “Erasing Death,” which attempts to answer the age-old question of what happens when we die and suggests that death is not always irreversible, as brain cells can live for up to eight hours after the heart stops.
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Dr. Sam Parnia talks about his new book, “Erasing Death,” which attempts to answer the age-old question of what happens when we die and suggests that death is not always irreversible, as brain cells can live for up to eight hours after the heart stops.





Dr. Sam Parnia talks about his new book, “Erasing Death,” which attempts to answer the age-old question of what happens when we die and suggests that death is not always irreversible, as brain cells can live for up to eight hours after the heart stops.

Dr. Sam Parnia talks about his new book, “Erasing Death,” which attempts to answer the age-old question of what happens when we die and suggests that death is not always irreversible, as brain cells can live for up to eight hours after the heart stops.

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