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MAJOR: 27 Million MORE Americans Now Without Health Insurance Due to Lock-down Job loss

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Roughly 27 million Americans and their families have lost their health insurance after sweeping layoffs and business closures during the coronavirus lockdown. Nearly 80 percent of Americans who lost their employer-backed health plans might be eligible for coverage from state-administered Medicaid plans and other plans through the Affordable Care Act, but such […]


Ebola: An Unlikely Ally in Fight Against Brain Tumors

New Haven, Connecticut, United States – Glioblastomas are relentless, hard-to-treat, and often lethal brain tumors. Scientists of the Yale University have enlisted a most unlikely ally in efforts to treat this form of deadly cancer — elements of the lethal Ebola virus. “The irony is that one of the world’s deadliest viruses may be useful […]

“Doctors without borders” or “Spies without borders”?

October 6, 2015 Pavel Shipilin Translated by Kristina Rus Doctors without borders and other spies I must say, the idea of the organization “Doctors without borders” is good. Humanism, care, kindness. Medicine. Bandages and syringes. Doctors. And it’s true. But there is more to it. The lovely young students of Canadian medical schools will not […]

Disabled Ukraine

June 13, 2015 Aleksey Zhuravko Antifashist Translated by Kristina Rus Any hostilities imply that the number of people with disabilities around the country continues to climb. The people are left with no arms, no legs, blind, deaf…From all over the country comes scary data on the growing number of people with disabilities, and it is […]

The cry for Ukraine: “Oh blind, oh ignorant,” oh cruel!

Ukrainian roadblock in Donesk News UTR/Wikipedia April 24, 2015 By Alevtina Rea “Two Ukraines but what seem like two different worlds. …And if you want, you can call me a Pro-Russian Communist, but, personally, I much prefer the red star of the partisansof Odessa than the reversed swastika of the Banderites. Although, I repeat, I am a Jew […]

An elderly man ate his dog, a starving grandma eaten by rats – humanitarian catastrophe in Novorossia

Elderly man finds shelter from shelling in Donetsk basement January 17, 2015 Kirill Tutunnik (volunteer from Zaporozhje) – Youtube Translated from Russian by Kristina Rus Humanitarian situation in Donetsk region. Interview with Suprunova Elena, deputy head of the State Committee for Humanitarian support (GCGO) and Sergei Matasov, a surgeon from Latvia. -We would like to […]

Letter from Shakhtersk City Hospital: we are out of blood transfusion containers

Ivan Voronov #jesuisVania January 17, 2015 Svetlana Sheludko – Facebook Translated from Russian by Kristina Rus Shakhtersk Central City Hospital is asking for help, kind people! Please repost!!! Humanitarian battalion is asking the Russian brothers and sisters, as well as the caring people to HELP BUY CONTAINERS FOR BLOOD TRANSFUSION. The reality in the words […]

Greece Sends Money to the Hospital for the Greeks of Mariupol

 Greek Medical Center in Mariupol January 15, 2015 Translated from Greek by Tom Winter The Greek government has decided to strengthen the “Hippocrates” Medical Center in Mariupol with 30,000 Euros for six months, to help meet its needs. The request of the Greek community, numbering approxiately 100,000, came to the Deputy Foreign Minister Akis […]