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A training seminar was held with the students of the faculty of Automation and Electrical engineering within the framework of the information-curatorial hours with the initiative of a vice-rector of the Institute for Youth Affairs Akmaljon Ermatov on October 24 2019 in order to provide the implementation of the resolution of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. PP-4440 “On measures to further improve medical and social care for children with rare (Orfan) and other hereditary genetic diseases” of September 7, 2019.

    Vice-rector of the Institute for Youth Affairs Akmaljon Ermatov, head of the department of youth affairs, spirituality and enlightenment Mukhtaram Khaliqova, a chairwoman of the Women’s committee of the  Institute Ranokhon Yusupova, Abdumajid Darvishev, head of “Cooperation with Medical Institutions” Andijan regional Department of the National Chamber of Health, Gulsanam Ketmonova, assistant professor of department of “Neurology” of Andijan State Medical Institute, employees of The National Chamber of Innovation Healthcare a regional division of Andijan region Gulnoza Mamajonova and Sohibakhon Sohibova, neuropathologist of the 6th Family Polyclinic of the city medical association Nasibaxon Nabiyeva participated at the seminar.

     The event was led by Mukhtaram Khaliqova who made the opening remarks to the vice-rector for Youth Affairs Akmaljon Ermatov. In his speech Akmaljon Ermatov noted that listening to today’s meeting will be a great experience and a lesson for every young man and girl who was planning to get married. He emphasized that it was necessary to start with ensuring the spiritual and physical well-being of its families in order to build a healthy society, and that the information from today’s event should be communicated to the surrounding community as active members.

     Then the specialists provided detailed information about the causes of hereditary and genetic diseases and measures to prevent them. It has been said that births and birth defects in preterm relatives are likely to occur from one generation to the next. During the meeting students received answers to their questions from experts.

Odilov Otabek

Press and information service officer of the Institute