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Association of Medical Universities joins more than 100 educational institutions of Russia and China

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Association of Medical Universities joins more than 100 educational institutions of Russia and China


27.06.2017

Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
The Association of Universities of the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China comprises more than one hundred universities of the two countries, IA Xinhua informs.

As it was stated at the Medical Educational Forum held in Harbin, China, the association joint 106 universities of Russia and China over three years of its existence. Thirteen scientific research institutions were founded during this period and more than three thousand students, interns, professors and doctors participated in exchange training programmes.

During his speech at the Forum, Harbin Medical University Rector Yang Baofeng has noted that the construction of Russian-Chinese Medical Research Center and Biomedicine Center is in full play.

China will soon start internship programmes on traditional Chinese medicine for doctors from Russia.

Preliminary arrangements have been reached between the parties about joining Chinese and Russian contemporary medicine with traditional methods of treatment.

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