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March 10, 2014 · 4:30 PM EDT
Aida Tlyashinova runs the obstetrics training program at the Kulakov Center, where doctors practice deliveries and postnatal care on special mannequins.
Elmira Knutsen and her son Aiden outside their Moscow apartment.
The Kulakov Research Center for Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Perinatology, a Soviet-era maternity complex in Moscow, is undergoing a facelift at the behest of President Vladimir Putin's administration.
Gennady Sukhikh is the Kulakov Center’s director.
Delivery room at the Kulakov Center.
Neonatal incubators at the Kulakov Center, which aims to bring modern technology and improved medical care to Russia’s at-risk mothers and babies.
In Health & Medicine and Human Needs part of The Ninth Month.
Tagged: Moscow   Russia   Elmira Knutsen   Anastasia Toimentseva   Kirill Danishevsky   Gennady Sukhikh   health care   women   women's health
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