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If you missed our webinar “Covid-19: Perspectives from the Frontline – USA/Ukraine” with Boris D. Lushniak MD, MPH, Ulana Suprun, MD and Ihor Magun, MD, F.A.C.P., you can now watch the full recording of it online.
Today, July 7th, Ukrainians celebrate the Nativity of John the Baptist, a prophet who foretold the coming of Jesus Christ. This feast is very important for Ukraine’s Christians, as Jesus himself called John his predecessor, strongly expressed his respect to
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