RUSSIA has launched a research project in which it will take over some of the most advanced research facilities in the world.
Russian researchers, scientists and engineers are set to start a two-year project to bring the country’s biggest health care system under their control.
The university will work with hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and other partners to improve health care delivery and treatment, and provide research into new medicines and treatments.
At the same time, the researchers will focus on improving the quality of care, including improving the way people are treated.
According to the Institute of National Health Policy, Russia’s health system, with over 8.5 million people, has one of the highest levels of life expectancy in the West.
For many years, health systems in Russia have relied heavily on the private sector, and state funding was scarce.
The country’s healthcare system is currently ranked second in the World Health Organization’s rankings, behind only South Korea.
The researchers are expected to focus on developing new medicines, diagnostics, and treatments, and developing new ways of treating diseases, the institute said.
RUSSIA is home to one of Europe’s largest and most prestigious medical schools, which has developed many new technologies for the past decades.
As part of the project, researchers will have access to a large amount of scientific data from the country, including information on patient populations, diagnostic procedures, and medical technology.