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INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR
RTX1MF3F
July 30, 2015
The building where the World Medical Association is based is seen in Ferney-Voltaire, France July 22,...
FERNEY-VOLTAIRE, France
Building where the World Medical Association is based is seen in Ferney-Voltaire, France
The building where the World Medical Association is based is seen in Ferney-Voltaire, France July 22, 2015. Picture taken July 22. To match Special Report INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR
RTX1MF3D
July 30, 2015
The building where the World Medical Association is based is seen in Ferney-Voltaire, France July 22,...
FERNEY-VOLTAIRE, France
Building where the World Medical Association is based is seen in Ferney-Voltaire, France
The building where the World Medical Association is based is seen in Ferney-Voltaire, France July 22, 2015. Picture taken July 22. To match Special Report INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR
RTX1MF2O
July 30, 2015
The logo of the World Medical Association is seen at the building where it is based in Ferney-Voltaire,...
FERNEY-VOLTAIRE, France
Logo of the World Medical Association is seen at the building where it is based in Ferney-Voltaire, France...
The logo of the World Medical Association is seen at the building where it is based in Ferney-Voltaire, France July 22, 2015. To match Special Report INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR
RTX1MF22
July 30, 2015
An office directory is seen at the building where the World Medical Association is based in Ferney-Voltaire,...
FERNEY-VOLTAIRE, France
Office directory is seen at the building where the World Medical Association is based in Ferney-Voltaire,...
An office directory is seen at the building where the World Medical Association is based in Ferney-Voltaire, France July 22, 2015. Picture taken July 22. To match Special Report INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR
RTX1MF11
July 30, 2015
The World Medical Association logo is seen at the building where the organisation is based in Ferney-Voltaire,...
FERNEY-VOLTAIRE, France
World Medical Association logo is seen at the building where the organisation is based in Ferney-Voltaire,...
The World Medical Association logo is seen at the building where the organisation is based in Ferney-Voltaire, France July 22, 2015. Picture taken July 22. To match Special Report INDIA-MEDICINE/DOCTOR REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
ARGENTINA-GRONDONA/
RTR40OYU
July 30, 2014
President of the Argentine Football of Association and Vice President of FIFA Julio Grondona is seen...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
President of the Argentine Football of Association and Vice President of FIFA Julio Grondona is seen...
President of the Argentine Football of Association and Vice President of FIFA Julio Grondona is seen in Buenos Aires May 13, 2014. Grondona, aged 82, died July 30, 2014, at a medical centre in Buenos Aires as he was about to undergo heart surgery. Grondona, who has been head of the Argentina FA since 1979, was in charge when Maradona almost single-handedly steered Argentina to World Cup victory in Mexico in 1986. He was also present for the swearing-in ceremony when Maradona became coach of the national team leading up to the South Africa World Cup in 2010. Picture taken May 13, 2014. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: OBITUARY SPORT SOCCER)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2ELOX
May 31, 2010
Men hold placards to observe World No Tobacco Day rally organised by The Pakistan Islamic Medical Association...
Karachi, Pakistan
Men hold placards to observe World No Tobacco Day rally organised by The Pakistan Islamic Medical Association...
Men hold placards to observe World No Tobacco Day rally organised by The Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) in Karachi May 31, 2010. World No Tobacco Day is observed around the world every year on May 31. Tobacco is the second major cause of deaths in the world, currently responsible for the death of one in 10 adults worldwide, or about 5 million deaths each year, said the World Health Organisation. PIMA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization working in all aspects of medical profession. It was established in 1979. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: HEALTH CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2ELOQ
May 31, 2010
A man holds a placard to observe a World No Tobacco Day rally organised by The Pakistan Islamic Medical...
Karachi, Pakistan
A man holds a placard to observe a World No Tobacco Day rally organised by The Pakistan Islamic Medical...
A man holds a placard to observe a World No Tobacco Day rally organised by The Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) in Karachi May 31, 2010. World No Tobacco Day is observed around the world every year on May 31. Tobacco is the second major cause of deaths in the world, currently responsible for the death of one in 10 adults worldwide, or about 5 million deaths each year, said the World Health Organisation. PIMA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization working in all aspects of medical profession. It was established in 1979. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: HEALTH CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1XW9M
March 05, 2008
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. "Petra"...
Sydney, Australia
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. "Petra" had a CT scan and was diagnosed with a fungal disease called Cryptococcus, which is a common disease found in the nasal cavity of some koalas and is caused by a fungus associated with a particular eucalypt trees. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1XW9K
March 05, 2008
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. Petra...
Sydney, Australia
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. Petra had a CT scan and was diagnosed with a fungal disease called Cryptococcus, which is a common disease found in the nasal cavity of some koalas and is caused by a fungus associated with a particular eucalypt trees. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
QATAR/
RTXC3R
November 14, 2007
Medical students from the Qatar Diabetes Association administer tests for boys during the World Diabetes...
Doha, Qatar
Medical students from the Qatar Diabetes Association administer tests for boys during the World Diabetes...
Medical students from the Qatar Diabetes Association administer tests for boys during the World Diabetes Day event organized by Aspire Academy for Sport Excellence in Doha November 14, 2007. REUTERS/Fadi AL-Assaad (QATAR)
HILL
RTXOJ0X
April 24, 2006
J. Edward Hill, president of the American Medical Association, speaks during "The Future of Health Care"...
Beverly Hills, USA
J. Edward Hill, president of the American Medical Association, speaks during "The Future of Health C.....
J. Edward Hill, president of the American Medical Association, speaks during "The Future of Health Care" session at the 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills April 24, 2006. [The conference brings together groups of leading business executives and thought leaders from around the world to discuss cutting edge topics in commerce, health and finance.]
MILKEN GLOBAL CONFERENCE
RTR1CRIA
April 24, 2006
J. Edward Hill, president of the American Medical Association, speaks during "The Future of Health Care"...
Beverly Hills, USA
President of American Medical Association Hill speaks at 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly...
J. Edward Hill, president of the American Medical Association, speaks during "The Future of Health Care" session at the 2006 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills April 24, 2006. The conference brings together groups of leading business executives and thought leaders from around the world to discuss cutting edge topics in commerce, health and finance. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
THAILAND
RTRQGSU
November 13, 2003
Hussein Hussein of Australia undergoes a medical check-up in Bangkok
November 13,2003 ahead of his title...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
HUSSEIN OF AUSTRALIA UNDERGOES A MEDICAL CHECK-UP IN BANGKOK.
Hussein Hussein of Australia undergoes a medical check-up in Bangkok
November 13,2003 ahead of his title fight against defending World
Boxing Association WBC flyweight champion Pongsaklek Wongjongkam of
Thailand on November 14. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang

SS/FA
SPORT SOCCER CHINA
RTR13F6C
May 05, 2003
A Chinese resident wearing protective mask walks past Shanghai Stadium,
one of several venue stadiums...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE RESIDENT WEARING MASK WALKS PAST SHANGHAI STADIUM.
A Chinese resident wearing protective mask walks past Shanghai Stadium,
one of several venue stadiums of the Women's World Cup Soccer Finals in
China, May 5, 2003. The Chinese Football Association said on Sunday it
accepted a decision by the world governing body FIFA to move the
women's World Cup from China to the United States because of the SARS
outbreak. FIFA said on Saturday the tournament, due to take place from
September 23 to October 11, would be moved on medical advice because of
the outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, which has killed 197
and infected 4,125 in the country. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV REUTERS

CC
ARGENTINA MARADONA
RTR14W3P
November 23, 2001
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona (L) poses beside the President
of the Argentine Soccer Association,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
ARGENTINE SOCCER LEGEND MARADONA RECEIVES SOCCER COACH TITLE.
Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona (L) poses beside the President
of the Argentine Soccer Association, Julio Grondona (2L) with a prize
as the "Best Footballer of the Century" and a title naming him as
Director Tecnico (Soccer Coach) given to him by the Argentine Soccer
Coach Association in Buenos Aires, November 23, 2001. Maradona, 41, who
is based in Havana since early 2000 for medical treatment, bid farewell
as a player after a professional career that began when he was just 15
years old, and saw him lead his country's national team to become world
champions in 1986, and ended with him being elected one of the greatest
players in the sport's history. REUTERS/STR

EM/HK
SPORT SOCCER
RTR14TOH
November 09, 2001
Germany's national soccer association (DFB) President Gerhard
Mayer-Vorfelder (R) gives a symbolic cheque...
Kiev, Ukraine
GERMAN NATIONAL SOCCER ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT VISITS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
IN KIEV.
Germany's national soccer association (DFB) President Gerhard
Mayer-Vorfelder (R) gives a symbolic cheque to Donska Svitlana
Borysivna (L), medical director of the Kiev Regional Oncologic Hospital
for children, on November 9, 2001. The German soccer association made a
50,000 mark donation to the hospital to modernize its medical
equipment. Germany play Ukraine in a World Cup play-off on Saturday in
Kiev. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

KP
SPORT SOCCER
RTR14TOF
November 09, 2001
Germany's national soccer association (DFB) President Gerhard
Mayer-Vorfelder holds the hand of five...
Kiev, Ukraine
GERMAN NATIONAL SOCCER ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT VISITS CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
IN KIEV.
Germany's national soccer association (DFB) President Gerhard
Mayer-Vorfelder holds the hand of five year old Ukrainian girl Nastja
who has leukemia in a children's cancer hospital in Kiev, November 9,
2001. The German soccer association made a 50,000 mark donation to the
hospital to modernize its medical equipment. Germany are playing
Ukraine in a World Cup play-off on Saturday in Kiev. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach

KP
USA
RTXKO79
August 07, 2001
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy Severino Antinori (L) makes a point...
Washington, USA
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy Severino Antinori (L) makes a p.....
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy Severino Antinori (L) makes a point while Director and Chief Andrologist of the Andrology Institute Panayiotis Michael Zavos listens during a panel discussion on human cloning at the National Academy of Science in Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel entitled "Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human Cloning" brought together medical cloning specialists from around the world.
USA
RTXKO78
August 07, 2001
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy Severino Antinori (L) makes a point...
Washington, USA
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy Severino Antinori (L) makes a p.....
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy Severino Antinori (L) makes a point to Director and Chief Andrologist of the Andrology Institute Panayiotis Michael Zavos during a panel discussion on human cloning at the National Academy of Science in Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel entitled "Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human Cloning" brought together medical cloning specialists from around the world.
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFTQ
August 07, 2001
Director and Chief Andrologist of the Andrology Institute Panayiotis
Michael Zavos (C) speaks while...
Washington, United States of America
CLONING SPECIALISTS ATTEND HUMAN CLONING PANEL IN WASHINGTON.
Director and Chief Andrologist of the Andrology Institute Panayiotis
Michael Zavos (C) speaks while Director of the International Associated
Research Institute in Italy Severino Antinori (L) and Director of
Clonaid Brigitte Boisselier (R) listen during a panel discussion on
human cloning at the National Academy of Science in Washington, August
7, 2001. The panel entitled "Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human
Cloning" brought together medical cloning specialists from around the
world.

LSD
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFSW
August 07, 2001
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point...
Washington, United States of America
SEVERINO ANTINORI SPEAKS AT HUMAN CLONING PANEL IN WASHINGTON.
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point while Director and Chief
Andrologist of the Andrology Institute Panayiotis Michael Zavos listens
during a panel discussion on human cloning at the National Academy of
Science in Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel entitled "Scientific
and Medical Aspects of Human Cloning" brought together medical cloning
specialists from around the world.

LSD/ME
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFRZ
August 07, 2001
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (R) makes a point...
Washington, United States of America
SEVERINO ANTINORI ATTENDS HUMAN CLONING PANEL IN WASHINGTON WITH
PANAYIOTIS ZAVOS.
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (R) makes a point to Director of the Roslin Institute
in Scotland and first person to clone a mammal (a lamb named "Dolly")
Dr. Ian Wilmut during a panel discussion on human cloning at the
National Academy of Science in Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel
entitled "Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human Cloning" brought
together medical cloning specialists from around the world.

LSD
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFRV
August 07, 2001
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point...
Washington, United States of America
SEVERINO ANTINORI ATTENDS HUMAN CLONING PANEL IN WASHINGTON WITH
PANAYIOTIS ZAVOS.
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point to Director and Chief Andrologist
of the Andrology Institute Panayiotis Michael Zavos during a panel
discussion on human cloning at the National Academy of Science in
Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel entitled "Scientific and Medical
Aspects of Human Cloning" brought together medical cloning specialists
from around the world.

LSD
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFNN
August 07, 2001
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point...
Washington, United States of America
SEVERINO ANTINORI AT HUMAN CLONING PANEL IN WASHINGTON.
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point to Director of Clonaid Brigitte
Boisselier (C) while Director and Chief Andrologist of the Andrology
Institute Panayiotis Michael Zavos watches a presentation during a
panel discussion on human cloning at the National Academy of Science in
Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel entitled "Scientific and Medical
Aspects of Human Cloning" brought together medical cloning specialists
from around the world.

LSD/ME
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFNF
August 07, 2001
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point...
Washington, United States of America
SEVERINO ANTINORI AT SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN CLONING
PANEL.
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (L) makes a point to Director of Clonaid Brigitte
Boisselier during a panel discussion on human cloning at the National
Academy of Science in Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel entitled
"Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human Cloning" brought together
medical cloning specialists from around the world.

LSD/ME
ITALY
RTRFZIS
March 22, 2001
Italian obstetrician Severino Antinori smiles as he gets into his car after attending a meeting at Rome's...
Rome, Italy
ITALIAN OBSTETRICIAN SEVERINO SMILES AS HE GETS INTO HIS CAR IN ROME.
Italian obstetrician Severino Antinori smiles as he gets into his car after attending a meeting at Rome's Medical Association March 22, 2001. Antinori, who has said he is ready to start human cloning this year, was ordered in front of the association to explain what experiments he has done and what his plans are. Earlier this month Antinori held a seminar in Rome with some of the leading doctors in the cloning world.

PC
ITALY
RTRFZI4
March 22, 2001
Italian obstetrician Severino Antinori gets into his car after attending a meeting at Rome's Medical...
Rome, Italy
ITALIAN OBSTETRICIAN SEVERINO ANTINORI TALKS TO THE PRESS IN ROME.
Italian obstetrician Severino Antinori gets into his car after attending a meeting at Rome's Medical Association March 22, 2001. Antinori, who has said he is ready to start human cloning this year, was ordered in front of the association to explain what experiments he has done and what his plans are. Earlier this month Antinori held a seminar in Rome with some of the leading doctors in the cloning world.

PC/FMS
INDIA
RTR4TRY
May 31, 2000
A doctor examines a passerby during a free medical checkup organised by the Cancer Patients Aid Association...
Bombay, Republic of India
A DOCTOR EXAMINES A MAN IN BOMBAY.
A doctor examines a passerby during a free medical checkup organised by the Cancer Patients Aid Association in Bombay May 31 to mark World No Tobacco Day. According to World Health Organisation chief Gro Harlem Brundtland, globally about eight people die every minute from illnesses related to tobacco smoking.

SK/DL
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