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January 18, 2005
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds news conference...
Bucharest, Romania
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds news ...
Adriana Iliescu the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria holds news conference in Bucharest. Adriana Iliescu, the 66-year-old Romanian who gave birth to baby girl Eliza-Maria on Sunday, answers questions during a press conference at the Giulesti Maternity Hospital in Bucharest, Romania, January 18, 2005. Doctors said the 66-year-old Romanian woman is the world's oldest recorded woman to give birth. Iliescu, an university professor and author of children's books, gave birth after doctors used in vitro fertilisation and the sperm and eggs from younger people, an act slammed by the Romanian Orthodox Church as "selfish" and which stirred debate in the local press. Word at top background 'orice' means 'anything'. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel
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