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Yevgeniy Chazov

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Premier  Nikolai Ryzhkov
Role  Physician
Name  Yevgeniy Chazov

Nationality  Soviet/Russian
Preceded by  Sergei Burenkov
Succeeded by  Igor Denisov
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Born  10 June 1929 (age 86) Nizhny Novgorod, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (1929-06-10)
Political party  Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Party  Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Books  Anticoagulants and fibrinolytics, Nuclear War: The Medical and Biological Consequences : Soviet Physiciansʼ Viewpoint
Organizations founded  International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
Similar People  Bernard Lown, Yuri Churbanov, Vladimir Lenin

Yevgeniy Ivanovich Chazov (born 10 June 1929) (Russian: Евгений Иванович Чазов) is a prominent physician of the Soviet Union and Russia, specializing in cardiology, Chief of the Fourth Directorate of the Ministry of Health of the USSR, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, a recipient of numerous awards and decorations, Soviet, Russian, and foreign. He is a graduate of Kiev Medical Institute.

As the Chief of the Fourth Directorate of the Soviet Ministry of Health, which took care of Soviet leaders, he is widely regarded to be a person responsible for the health of the Soviet leadership, although he sometimes denied that he was their "personal physician".

In his book of memoirs, Health and Power he describes many circumstances concerning the health of the Soviet leaders and of some leaders of the Soviet satellites.

Chazov is the director of the Moscow Cardiological Center since 1976. It is one of the largest such centers in the world, comprising 10 separate institutes.

Noble Peace Prize

Yevgeniy Chazov is a member of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. Charged with promoting research on the probable medical, psychological, and biospheric effects of nuclear war, the group was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1985. On the occasion of the award, Chazov gave the acceptance speech in Oslo. At that time the group represented more than 135,000 members from 41 countries. Many groups protested the decision to include Chazov, and alleged that Chazov was responsible for some of the Soviet abuses of psychiatry and medicine and for attacks against a 1975 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, the physicist and Soviet dissident Andrei D. Sakharov.

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Yevgeniy Chazov Wikipedia


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