Biirin: The Revolutionary Drug in Cirrhosis Therapy Developed in Ukraine

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Ukrainian scientists have developed an unique medication to treat liver cirrhosis condition. «Biirin™» is modulating the synthesis of peptides. It shows anti-cirrhosis action by activating the process of liver restoration, the report at scientific and practical conference «Modern approaches to diagnostic and therapy of internal organs» states. The report

Poland & US Seal Science Pact

Poland and the United States signed a 10-year bilateral deal on April 24 regarding greater cooperation in science and technology. The deal, which promises joint research, data exchange, and innovation, builds on an already rich scientific relation between the two states over the last 45 years. Speaking at the signing, Polish Deputy

Polish Cold War hero honoured with monument

A monument honouring Ryszard Kukliński, a Polish army colonel who worked for the CIA during the communist era, has been erected in the southern city of Kraków. The monument, which comes in the form of a thought-provoking symbolic design, is due to be officially unveiled in a square in the historic

Christians and Jews to march in memory of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Christians and Jews are to march on Sunday to sites commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising which started in the Polish capital 75 years ago. The Polish Council of Christians and Jews organised the march which will be led by Chief Rabbi of Poland Michael Schudrich, Catholic Bishop Rafał Markowski and Reformed

Fighters in Warsaw Ghetto Uprising were heroes: president

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising fighters are heroes to both Poles and Jews, President Andrzej Duda said on Thursday at a ceremony marking 75 years since the outbreak of the WWII revolt in which Jewish fighters took up arms against Poland’s German invaders. Duda, Israeli Ambassador to Poland Anna Azari, Polish Prime Minister

Polish police make record drug bust

Polish police have seized their biggest-ever haul of narcotics working as part of an international operation, the country’s police chief said on Tuesday. In a crackdown in the Netherlands on Friday, Polish officers seized three-and-a-half tonnes of hashish and two-and-a-half tonnes of drug precursor chemicals with a total street value of

World ‘cannot remain inactive,’ Polish foreign ministry says after Syria strikes

Poland’s foreign ministry said on Saturday that the international community could not remain passive in the face of repeated chemical weapons attacks against civilians in Syria. The ministry’s statement came after the United States, Britain and France launched military strikes against targets at three sites in Syria in the early hours

Poles risked their lives to help others in WWII: Israeli president

Many Poles risked their lives to help others during World War II, the president of Israel said on Thursday. Reuven Rivlin noted that many Poles had been recognised by Israel as Righteous Among the Nations for helping save Jews from the Holocaust. Those Polish men and women "risked their own lives and

New monument unveiled as Poland marks eight years since air disaster

A new monument was unveiled in the Polish capital on Tuesday as the country marked eight years since an air crash that killed its president, a disaster that continues to trigger bitter debate. The monument, resembling a stairway ascending into the sky and inscribed with the names of the 96 victims

Two Poles detained in Irish drug bust

Two Polish men suspected of drug trafficking have been detained in Ireland thanks to Polish police intelligence. Irish officers detained the men after receiving information from their Polish counterparts that the suspects may be involved in criminal activity in Ireland. In an operation overseen by the Europol European Police Office, police seized