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Success Update at Clonaid

Success Update at Clonaid

Dr. Boisselier is proud to announce that the fourth cloned baby was born from Saudi Arabian parents on January 27th. The fifth one was born on February 4th. All five children are in excellent health.The next implantations have now started and will proceed for a few months. Twenty couples are involved in this second generation.

The five happy couples of the first generation are now building an association in defense of their rights once they decide to go public. Clonaid wishes to thank the thousands of individuals who volunteered to help and hopes they will continue to voice their opinion in support of reproductive human cloning. To write words of encouragement to the parents of the cloned babies, people may send their emails to

Dr. Brigitte Boisselier, Clonaid's President, wishes to thank all the scientists for their positive feedback on the display at the London Museum of our self-developed fusion device, the RMX2010. She also encourages those scientists who claim that our fusion device is not better than any other electrofusion machines to test it before making any judgement as the London Museum has assured us that none of these scientists had access to the machine.

Dr Boisselier also regrets that Dolly, the first cloned mammal, has been killed as it could have certainly lived longer. Here again, everything is done to make cloning look like a failure while the life of Dolly has been quite normal.

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