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Kyrgyzstan provides excellent medical treatment. Dmitry Tarasov, the head of the International Center of Oncology based on MEDSI’s Center for Traumatology and Orthopedics, said this during the conference “MEDSI: Medicine of Competencies” in Bishkek.

The MEDSI group of firms has arrived in Bishkek, Russia’s largest federal clinic network. On the 4th and 5th of June, prominent, highly qualified specialists from this Russian clinic delivered free examinations and consultations to inhabitants of the republic in Bishkek, thanks to the cooperation of four tertiary institutions.

MEDSI representatives highlighted their experience treating patients with a wide range of disorders, as well as the possibility of bilateral cooperation between the Kyrgyz Republic’s Ministry of Health and MEDSI.

A delegation of Russian doctors arrived in Kyrgyzstan to bring their advances, as Tarasov pointed out. “We were able to consult over a hundred people in two working days, alter their therapy, and look at new ways of working with colleagues.” I can’t help but notice how advanced your country’s medicine is. The chairman of MEDSI’s Center for Traumatology and Orthopedics’ International Oncology Center remarked, “All we have to do today is incorporate new technology and complex treatment methods into your system.”

Gulmira Shakirova, a representative of the Kyrgyz Republic’s presidential administration, also spoke at the occasion. She expressed gratitude to the Russian physicians for sharing their expertise and experience with revolutionary therapeutic procedures.

“One of the most important societal challenges is health care. We are well aware that the possibilities are nearly limitless in this direction. There are interdisciplinary non-state clinics from Russia and Turkey in Kyrgyzstan. “We’re always on the lookout for new ideas,” said Shakirova.

Ulan Sydykov, the Deputy Minister of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic, thanked Russian doctors for their new talents and cooperation.

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