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Marie Brudieux now France’s new oldest woman “known” alive

10 Jul 2014 - 11h10 | By INSERM PRESS OFFICE | France

Born on 26 March 1901 in Saint Salvadour (Corrèze), Marie Brudieux has become France’s oldest woman publicly-known to be alive.  Age 113, she has outlived Olympe Amaury, the previous record-holder, by three months.

For more information, contact Jean-Marie Robine, Inserm Research Director (see “Researcher Contacts” Section).

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Jean-Marie ROBINE 
Inserm Research Director 

Inserm Unit 710 “Molecular mechanisms in neurodegenerative dementias”

Inserm Unit 988 Cermes3 “Medicine, sciences, health, mental health and health policy” 

jean-marie.robine@inserm.fr

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