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Gallant, Dr. Francis


Dr. Francis Gallant (left) -- Played by Patrick Garrow

Dr. Francis Gallant.

First Appearance: "Age of Innocence."

Quote: Dr. Francis Gallant: Sir, the good news is the Sirtuan stimulators were successful in effecting cell rejuvenation.
Colonel Henry Burns: Only for a few hours. Hansen’s free radicals quickly became unstable.
Dr. Gallant: Nevertheless, this is the biggest breakthrough we’ve had so far. I’m sure with time, we can sustain the reaction.

Details: Colonel Henry Burns began Operation Immortalis in 1943, attempting to create an anti-aging serum by transferring the genetic vitality of one person to another. Henry used Tomcats fighter pilots as guinea pigs until The Dominion learned of the gruesome deaths and shut the project down. As Henry’s heart began to fail 60 years later, he and his personal physician, Dr. Francis Gallant, restarted his work with the last surviving Tomcats, including Jesse’s grandfather William. Though the serum was effective on William and Henry, Jesse intervened, snapping Dr. Gallant's neck in the process of rescuing his grandfather from the lab.

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