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ST. PETERSBURG, July 8 (Itar-Tass) - Academician, Nobel Prize winner in physics Zhores Alferov went to work on Monday after a surgery, which he underwent to implant a cardiac pacemaker in the previous week.
“Now I go to work,” he told Itar-Tass. The academician noted that he is feeling normally. “The surgery was needed. The doctors recommended not delay it,” Alferov added.
In his words, particularly he intends at his workplace to study in detail the amendments in the law on a reform in the Russian Academy of Sciences, which, in his view, were “not essential,” and to write an article, which is devoted to this problem.