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More than 4,500 foreign doctors are currently working in Poland, the Polish health minister said on Thursday.
In anticipation of reaction to its modern-day take on the 1982 classic about an outstanding surgeon who loses his memory following an attack, Netflix posted on social media: "Ladies and gentlemen, Your Honour, this is Leszek Lichota as Rafal Wilczur. Znachor is coming to Netflix in the second half of the year."
Serhij Sydorenko, a 55-year-old athlete who won bronze in Judo at the Paralympics in Beijing, had been cared for by his wife Tamara for 30 years after an accident left both of his eyes badly burned.
Warsaw-based Professor Marzena Dębska, who has carried out over 140 operations on babies in the womb diagnosed with complex heart defects, received the 2022 Research “for her inspiring work on fetal cardiac interventions” from the Holm Schneider Foundation for Prenatal Therapy in Erlangen, Germany.
In the last year over 2,000 said new doctors from abroad have started working in Poland's health sector, Adam Niedzielski, the health minister, said on Thursday.
The child named Przemek had been watching his mum cutting grass at the family home in the town of Opoczno when the lawnmower hit what appeared to be a stone.
Close to 1,700 foreign doctors, including around 800 from Ukraine, have started working in Poland, benefiting from simplified procedures, the health minister has said.
After a grueling 1,350km journey to reach Lublin, Olena Pictured) and her sons were taken to the city’s Medical University where they were treated by Professor Robert Rejdak (pictured).
The website, called ‘Lekarze dla Ukrainy’ (Doctors for Ukraine) and available in Ukrainian, Polish and English, allows Ukrainian refugees to search for medical specialists across Poland and for Polish doctors to list their free services.