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Meryman was a renowned biomedical researcher, inventor, poet, and founder of the field of cryobiology and is credited with saving countless lives for his innovative work refining the process of freezing blood, allowing thousands of units of blood to be kept in long-term storage.
Furthermore, in recent years he embarked on a new career by starting up an engineering company dedicated to freezing blood plasma for the health care sector.
Until we do that, then freezing blood samples is the only way I can think of.