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Dr. Rongxiang Xu to Reveal How Human Organs can Achieve Self-Regeneration during His Acceptance of the International Golden Biatec 2013 Award
Date:10/21/2013

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Rongxiang Xu has been awarded a Golden Biatec 2013 international award by the Informal Economic Forum (IEF) Economic Club for his exceptional contributions to organ regeneration science. Dr. Xu is the only international winner of this year's Golden Biatec award, which has been given to previous nominees including former President George W. Bush, President Vladimir Putin and former President of France Jacques Chirac. A special award ceremony by the IEF will be held on the 24th of October, 2013 beginning at 2pm CET (8am EST and 5am PST in the U.S.) and will be broadcast simultaneously at two sites: Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia; and Los Angeles, California in the U.S. The videoconference will be available on internet as live webcast, at the following addresses: www.hospodarskyklub.sk and www.telepresence.sk/portal/event/detail/event/17

At the main venue in the capital of Slovakia, hundreds of prestigious personalities will be in attendance that will include: Mr Mihok, the chair of the World Chambers Federation, Ms D. Podmakova, the vice-president of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, ambassadors of various countries, as well as the world leaders in the fields of economy, commerce, science, education, etc. Dr. Xu will receive his award, which is in the form of a Gold Medal in Los Angeles, where he will give his speech in the company of many including two renowned economists (R. Y. Mosny and F. Pancurak, form
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