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I.M.O.W. Global Council Member Larisa Skuratovskaya, M.D., Ph.D. is an internationally known Russian research physician and scientific secretary of the Institute of General Pathology and Pathophysiology at the Russian Academy of Medicine. She is an activist with a deep commitment to furthering the international women’s movement, peace and human rights, and global environmental responsibility. As a feminist, physician and human rights activist, Larisa has written about women’s health in contemporary Russia, the need to ensure reproductive rights as part of Russia’s move toward democracy, and the integration of health as an essential aspect of Russian freedom and human rights.
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* Larisa has authored fifty publications and is the scientific editor of five books, including Chernobyl: Interdependence of Health, Environment and Human Rights and The Kyoto Protocol: Analysis and Interpretation. * Larisa has worked closely with the international peace movement for organizations such as Peace Links. * Larisa has been awarded a medal for “Health Service Excellence” and the “Medal in Commemoration of the 850th Anniversary of Moscow.”
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