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Azarov opens operation-resuscitation department in Luhansk regional cancer clinic

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Aug. 25, 2012, 3:58 p.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

Azarov presented a certificate for German high-frequency surgical knife worth UAH 300,000 to doctors of the Luhansk regional cancer clinic.
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Luhansk – Ukrainian Premier Mykola Azarov has opened a modern operation-resuscitation department with an express laboratory in the Luhansk regional cancer clinic.

“Luhansk should have one of the best cancer clinics so that Luhansk residents are not to go somewhere. I asked the clinic director and he told me that the Luhansk clinic is better than the National Cancer Institute in Kyiv,” Azarov said at a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The premier presented a certificate for German high-frequency surgical knife worth UAH 300,000 to doctors of the Luhansk regional cancer clinic.

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Roman Dawydiak Aug. 26, 2012, 1:04 p.m.    

One can only wonder how long this high-frequency surgical knife worth UAH 300,000 has been sitting in Azarov's Office desk drawer. Polls are awful, time to bring out the knife.

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