It gets personal: a dispatch from the Buguruslan Central City Hospital

As a journalist, I frequently write about both problems and breakthroughs in Russian medicine. I write about the need for the humanization of Russian medical culture following decades of Soviet rule in particular. I also write about funding problems. Every once in a while, this topic gets personal – extremely, painfully personal. My mother-in-law, TatianaContinue reading “It gets personal: a dispatch from the Buguruslan Central City Hospital”