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French scientists dismiss Russian claims over age of world's oldest person


Two French scientists who validated Jeanne Calment's status as the oldest person ever to have lived, have dismissed claims by Russian researchers who say that she didn't really survive to 122. (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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