It's a valid point but I'm sure that the girl had considered that and excepted that challenge. Besides at 14 years old, massive changes aren't quite as detrimental as they are to say a 50 year old. At that age 200 years in the future, when life expectancies will be double what they are today, she will still be relatively a very young child capable of growing and learning in her new environment. 100 years ago 14 year olds fought and died in wars for wealthy countries. few people lived to 60.The father did make some important arguments.
Girl, 14, who died of cancer cryogenically frozen after telling judge she wanted to be brought back to life 'in hundreds of years'
The cryogenicist company has its money now. What incentive is there for them to conduct further research to see how frozen bodies can be brought back to life?
The incentive for the cryonics company is: if they can revive one and cure them after say 20-30 years and generate a media storm over it, EVERYONE will want it done and their customer base and thus revenue will expand exponentially overnight.