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Yes To Therapeutic And Reproductive Human Cloning!

Yes To Therapeutic And Reproductive Human Cloning!

by Thomas Kaenzig, Vice President of CLONAID

Guest speaker at MONEY WORLD 2003, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Live on webcam –

January 11th & 12th

Mr. Thomas Kaenzig, V ice President of Clonaid will be a guest speaker at the Money World convention 2003 this weekend at the Broward Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL where he will conduct a press conference at 8:30 AM on Saturday to present an explanation about Eve's parents decision and to clarify points which have been misinterpreted by the media. The press conference will be broadcast on webcam at:

He will also present two educational workshops entitled "yes to therapeutic and reproductive human cloning" , at 5pm Sat & Sun where Mr Kaenzig will elaborate on these two crucial new technologies and their endless positive repercussions on people's health and well being. Mr Kaenzig will analyze all the fears felt by the public concerning these technologies and will show how unfounded each one really is. The sessions will be carried live over the internet at: . The 45 minute presentation will be followed by a question and answer period where both the live audience and the web cast viewers will be able to participate.

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