The Modern Medical Technologies in Orphan Diseases Prevention.

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Summary of "The Modern Medical Technologies in Orphan Diseases Prevention."

The article covers issues of organization of orphan diseases prevention using modern technologies. The role of preconception training, medical genetic counseling, auxiliary reproductive technologies, prenatal diagnostic and fetal surgery techniques, neonatal screening at particular stages of preventive measures is reflected.


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Name: Problemy sotsial'noi gigieny, zdravookhraneniia i istorii meditsiny
ISSN: 0869-866X
Pages: 346-349


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