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Picture taken 24 February 1982 in the Antoine Beclere' s maternity hospital at Clamart, in the outskirts of Paris, of the three French doctors, René Frydman, Jacques Testart and Emile Papiernik (L to R) showing a photograph of Amandine, the first test-tube baby born this day, whose birth has been the result of their collaboration. Photo prise le 24 février 1982 à l'Hôpital Antoine Béclère de Clamart des médecins René Frydman, Jacques Testart et Emile Papiernik (de G à D), montrant des photos d'Amandine, premier bébé-éprouvette français. Amandine fête vendredi ses 25 ans, loin des projecteurs médiatiques braqués à sa naissance le 24 février 1982, moins de quatre ans après celle de Louise Brown, premier bébé au monde conçu par fécondation in vitro (FIV), née le 25 juillet 1978. (Photo credit should read MICHEL CLEMENT/AFP/Getty Images)

Picture taken 24 February 1982 in the Antoine Beclere' s maternity hospital at Clamart, in the outskirts of Paris, of the three French doctors, René Frydman, Jacques Testart and Emile Papiernik (L to R) showing a photograph of Amandine, the first test-tube baby born this day, whose birth has been the result of their collaboration.

Photo prise le 24 février 1982 à l'Hôpital Antoine Béclère de Clamart des médecins René Frydman, Jacques Testart et Emile Papiernik (de G à D), montrant des photos d'Amandine, premier bébé-éprouvette français. Amandine fête vendredi ses 25 ans, loin des projecteurs médiatiques braqués à sa naissance le 24 février 1982, moins de quatre ans après celle de Louise Brown, premier bébé au monde conçu par fécondation in vitro (FIV), née le 25 juillet 1978. (Photo credit should read MICHEL CLEMENT/AFP/Getty Images)

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FRANCE - APRIL 10: First French Babies Born From Frozen Embryos - On April 10Th, 1986 - In Paris, France - Here, Rene Frydman, Emile Papiernik, Jacques Testart Nb 244607 (Photo by Frederic REGLAIN/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

FRANCE - APRIL 10:  First French Babies Born From Frozen Embryos - On April 10Th, 1986 - In Paris, France - Here, Rene Frydman, Emile Papiernik, Jacques Testart Nb 244607  (Photo by Frederic REGLAIN/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

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(FILES) Undated combo shows Guillaume (L) and Sarah (R), the two first French test-tube babies born from frozen embryons, respectively on April 6 and February 20, 1986 at Antoine Beclere hospital of Clamart, near Paris. Guillaume and Sarah birth has been the result of the collaboration of French Professors Rene Frydman, Emile Papiernik and Jacques Testart. Papiernik died aged of 73 on August 8, 2009 at his residence in Sceaux, Paris region. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read OFF/AFP/Getty Images)

(FILES) Undated combo shows Guillaume (L) and Sarah (R), the two first French test-tube babies born from frozen embryons, respectively on April 6 and February 20, 1986 at Antoine Beclere hospital of Clamart, near Paris. Guillaume and Sarah birth has been the result of the collaboration of French Professors Rene Frydman, Emile Papiernik and Jacques Testart. Papiernik died aged of 73 on August 8, 2009 at his residence in Sceaux, Paris region.  AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read OFF/AFP/Getty Images)