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New York Times: A Killer Without Boarders

February 10, 2009 As if you didn’t have enough to worry about … consider the deadly, infectious and highly portable disease sitting in the lungs of a charming young man here, Garik Hakobyan. In effect, he’s a time bomb. Mr. Hakobyan, 34, an artist, carries an ailment that stars in the nightmares of public health [...]

New York Times: A Killer Without Boarders2019-06-27T17:51:28+00:00

Secretary Clinton’s Statement on World Tuberculosis Day

Secretary Clinton’s Statement on World Tuberculosis Day - link via Dipnote - U.S. Department of State Official Blog on 3/24/09 - link Today marks World Tuberculosis Day. Secretary Clinton issued a statement, joining others around the world in saying “I am stopping TB.” Tuberculosis (TB) kills almost 5,000 people each day and is the leading [...]

Secretary Clinton’s Statement on World Tuberculosis Day2019-06-27T17:50:03+00:00

Armenian Medical Fund Activities in 2013

2013- A year in review Dr. Herand Markarian As the year nears its end, we feel obligated to brief the Armenian Nation about the activities of the Armenian Medical Fund, USA (AMF). What follows is a brief review of the major projects that came to fruition. THE AMF Here’s a brief introduction about AMF, especially [...]

Armenian Medical Fund Activities in 20132019-06-27T17:48:39+00:00

The Armenian National Sanatorium (Azouniyeh, Lebanon)

The Armenian National Sanatorium was founded on July 1st, 1923 at Maameltein, near Jounieh under the auspices of the Armenian Apostolic, Evangelical and Catholic churches. The latter withdrew in 1931. Presently it belongs to the Catholicosate of Cilicia and the Union of Armenian Evangelical Churches of Near East. The Sanatorium is a charitable, non-profit organization [...]

The Armenian National Sanatorium (Azouniyeh, Lebanon)2019-06-27T17:37:58+00:00

Karakert Village, Karakerd, Armenia

COAF (Children of Armenia Fund) is building the Karakerd village as a cluster concept. AMF. USA took upon itself to supply medical equipment to the cluster project of COAF. The following were donated to the medical center. Cardiograph Sterilizer Ophthalmoloscope

Karakert Village, Karakerd, Armenia2019-06-27T17:37:27+00:00
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