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Dr Boisselier, Clonaid’s President In Israel

Dr Boisselier, Clonaid’s President In Israel This Week To Meet Israeli And Palestinian Patients

Dr. Brigitte Boisselier will be in Israel from Friday March 14th to March 21st in order to meet with couples who wish to clone a member of their family who died in recent tragic events in both Israel and Palestine. She will also contact existing patients.

Dr. Boisselier will give a press conference Sunday March 16th at 3PM at Beith Tzioney America (Z.O.A House) Ibn Gvirol Avenue, Tel Aviv, to give an update on the cloned babies’ health and on Clonaid’s latest developments.

A public conference is scheduled on Thursday March 20th at 8PM at the Z.A.O house (see above address) where Dr. Boisselier will be the guest speaker.

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