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Biological Science and Biotechnology in Russia: Controlling Diseases and Enhancing Security Appendix R International Programs and Projects of Special Significance to the Ministry of Health and Social Development1 Program of Joint Activities to Overcome the Consequences of the Chernobyl Disaster under All-Union State Auspices for 2002-2005 (sponsor: Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations) Program of the World Health Organization (WHO) to Control Food-Borne Infections and Food Poisoning in Europe (sponsor: WHO) Influenza in Russia: the 2001-2002 Season (sponsor: WHO) World Health Study (sponsor: WHO) Epidemiological Study of the Causes of the Sharp Fall in Life Expectancy in Russia in the 1990s (sponsor: the European Union) International Association for the Promotion of Co-operation with Scientists from the Newly Independent States Program Indication on Novel Targets for Prevention of Apoptosis Induced by Prion Protein (sponsor: Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institutes of Health) Development of New Anti-Influenza Medications Based on Adamantane (sponsor: Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institutes of Health) Countrywide Integrated Noncommunicable Disease Intervention Program for Integrated Prophylaxis of Chronic Noninfectious Diseases (sponsor: National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, Finland) Cooperative Program of the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation for the Former Soviet Union (sponsor: CRDF) 1 Translated from the Russian by Kelly Robbins.
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Biological Science and Biotechnology in Russia: Controlling Diseases and Enhancing Security Four international projects: Ecology and Allergy Neurogene Nuclide-Pharm Projects in the Field of Informatics, Instrument Building, and Communications (sponsor of all four projects: Russian Ministry of Industry and Science) Eight scientific projects (in the areas of oncology, vaccine development, and electromagnetic radiation) financed by the International Science and Technology Center Three projects on problems of cardiology and ecology (HERO, MAGIC, and POLL-2002) financed by U.S. research centers A TASIS-TEMPUS project on management training in the field of maternal and child health (sponsor: Cambridge University, England) A project to create in the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States a bank of thyroid tissue samples, nucleic acids, and other relevant data associated with the Chernobyl power plant accident (European Union) SOURCE: Ministry of Health (2003).
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