Based on the end of Alien and the beginning of Aliens, we can see that a human in stasis can survive for decades and wake up with only a headache and a fraction of the actual aging time. Case in point, Ripley spends over fifty years in a compromised hypersleep chamber and awakens looking only a couple years older.
This seems like an amazing piece of technology that has applications far above and beyond just killing a few months in space. You could probably freeze somebody with an incurable disease until it's curable. Or you could just hop in and wake up fifty years in the future with very little consequence. (see https://xkcd.com/989/). But to my knowledge, nobody in the Alien universe has hinted at Cryosleep Chambers being used for anything other than deep space travel. The only two examples I can think of are both used under odd circumstances: Ripley getting in the chamber to survive deep space and a throwaway line in Alien:Isolation where the progression of a facehugger is slowed down with the chamber.
Is there any indication of Cryosleep Chambers being developed and used for something other than deep space travel?