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Commenting article: Bulgarian Infant Mortality Rate Twice Higher Than EU Average

The infant mortality rate in Bulgaria is twice higher than the average for the European Union.

The reasons for this must be sought, commented Marvi Olinen, Professor at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the UK. She is one of the 50 delegates to the International Obstetrician Conference which begins on Thursday evening in Sofia.

The event is organised by the Alliance of Bulgarian Obstetricians and the focus of the discussions will be the implementation of an obstetrician model of care for pregnant women and women in labour.

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Ivailo Ivanov - 22 Sep 2016 // 23:13:03

Our statistics is saying that the risk of infant mortality is proportional to the influence of mister G. Soros in Bulgaria.

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Ivailo Ivanov - 22 Sep 2016 // 23:21:39

Since 1990 the mortality risks increased sharply and continue to rise with every new government of mister G. Soros. In general the mortality was much less in the communist times. Unfortunately the liberal, pro- privatization.... anti national politics proved to be the largest mass killer here. And it cant be repaired.. brand new world is coming based on new people with different values....and this are not the values that the Open society and the World bank are preaching.

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