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René Frydman, Head of Gynecology-obstetrics at Antoine Beclère Hospital, France

Douglas Herbert talks to René Frydman, Head of Gynecology-obstetrics reproduction at Antoine Beclère Hospital near Paris. Professor Frydman made headlines when he announced the birth of the first French "double hope" baby, whose umbilical chord could be used to cure his siblings. The birth created yet another debate over genetics in France.

By Douglas HERBERT

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