Armenicum’ Project in Georgia Postponed

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–The launching of an Armenian-Georgian joint pilot project "Armenicum," which was to be carried out in Tbilisi under the supervision of Armenian doctors and with the participation of 10 or 11 AIDS patients from Georgia has been postponed for at least a month due to the lack of reagents needed for laboratory research–Cavkaz-Press quoted reliable sources as saying. Georgia failed to earmark $35,000 from its budget for purchasing these reagents. Three of those infected are close to death and may become the first victims of the "budget."

"The ultimate goal of clinical tests in Georgia is the registration of the preparation in the given state as only registration will fully ensure the right to use it in this country regardless of the opinion of the World Health Organization," the Georgian source quoted "Armenicum" Project Information and Analysis Center Director David Aslanian as saying.


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