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MOSCOW, August 16, /ITAR-TASS/. Over 3,000 doctors for prenatal centres in Russia’s 32 regions will be trained within two years under the government’s special programme, the government reported on its website on Saturday.
“The healthcare ministry says for 32 centres it is necessary to train 3,068 doctors,” the published document reads.
In Russia’s regions, 14 prenatal centres are being built and the rest are being designed now. Nevertheless, the document says, the governmental programme should be fulfilled in 2015.