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Russian Leech Farm - 07 Dec 2009
Russian Leech Farm - 07 Dec 2009
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30...
UDELNAYA, Russia
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30...
UDELNAYA, Russia
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30...
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with leeches in the village of Udelnaya,...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with leeches in the village of Udelnaya...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with leeches in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH)
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December 04, 2009
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30...
UDELNAYA, Russia
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya
Jars with leeches stand in the International Medical Leech Centre in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre demonstrates with a leech on her face in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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December 04, 2009
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
UDELNAYA, Russia
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village...
An employee of the International Medical Leech Centre changes water in jars with leeches in the village of Udelnaya, some 30 km (18.6 miles) from Moscow, December 4, 2009. The leech farm makes a tidy profit shipping them to doctors worldwide. Like many discarded elements of traditional medicine, they have made a come-back as doctors have re-discovered their pain-killing properties, which come from the chemicals they inject into the skin when they bite it. Several medical trials have proven leeches help relieve the symptoms of arthritis and other conditions. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA HEALTH SOCIETY)
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