THE OLDEST KNOWN WOMAN?
THE IRANIAN STATE NEWS AGENCY had released a News Bulletin of an Iranian woman who died at the age of 161. "The Rocky Mountain News" did the research, and found it to be accurate, so they printed an article in their paper on January 17, 1995 under Local, National and International News. They write about the Iranian lady, Masoomeh Dousti. The Iranian State News Agency reports the death of a woman at 161 at her home in her village of Kalantenbala, Iran. She had 6 children between the ages of 120 and 128. 120 Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren. Gholam, her eldest son, said she had never visited a doctor, and never taken any Pharmacutical medicine. She just ate raw, natural foods, nuts and herbs.
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