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Dr. Andrey Sokolov
Andrey Sokolov
Pediatrician, journalist, writer.


Authors and site experts:


Yuriy Kopanev.
Kopanev Yuriy
M.D. Pediatrician.


Larisa Kuzmenko.
Kuzmenko Larisa.
M.D. Professor.


Yevgeniy Dunayev.
Yevgeniy Dunayev.
PhD. Biologist. Researcher.


Tatiana Sokolova.
Sokolova Tatiana.
Educator. Writer.


Anna Drobinskaya.
Anna Drobinskaya.
PhD. Psychiatrist.


Mikhail Denisov.
Mikhail Denisov.
M.D. Professor.


Zaytsev Sergey.
Zaytsev Sergey
M.D. Neurologist.


Vladimir Baksheyev.
Vladimir Baksheyev
M.D. Cardiologist.


Melnik Vadim.
Melnik Vadim
M.D. Pediatrician. Immunologist.


Aleksey Krapivkin.
Krapivkin Aleksey.
M.D. Neuropathologist.


Yevgeniya Druzhkova.
Yevgeniya Druzhkova.
Psychologist.


Valery Molostov.
Valery Molostov.
M.D. Neuropathologist, acupuncturist, chiropractor, vertebrologist.


Mikhail Gilyarov.
Mikhail Gilyarov
M.D. Professor. Cardiologist.


Yuri Kushel.
Kushel Yuri.
M.D. Doctor-neurosurgeon.


Andrey Kardanov.
Andrey Kardanov.
M.D. Professor. Traumatologist-orthopedist.


Denis Kovalov.
Denis Kovalov
M.D. Professor.


Zalina Plieva.
Plieva Zalina
M.D. Gynecologist.


Irina Repina.
Irina Repina.
M.D. Infectionist.


Vasiliy Kitsak.

M.D. Professor.


Evgeniy Mulik.
Mulik Evgeniy.
M.D. Urologist-andrologist.


Ilya Uchkin.
Uchkin Ilya.
M.D. Surgeon.


Nadezhda Soldatenkova.
Nadezhda Soldatenkova
Neonatologist.


Mikhail Rodinko.
Rodinko Mikhail.
Pharmacologist.


Natalia Ter-Avanesova.
Natalia Ter-Avanesova
Dentist.


Anna Mikushevich.

Gynecologist.


Alan Gutiyev.
Alan Gutiyev
Andrologist. Urologist.


Mariya Malyarskaya.
Mariya Malyarskaya.
Gynecologist.


Mikhail Soviets.
Mikhail Soviets
Urologist.


Anna Koroleva.

Gynecologist.



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