According to him, he was fired on November 12, reports RBC.

“Since the middle of spring I have had a quarter rate, now no,” he said.

He said that claims were made against his treatment methods. Kaabak said that we are talking about using alemtuzumab for kidney transplantation, which weakens the immune system so that the transplanted organ is not rejected by the body.

“We need to deal with this misunderstanding,” he added.

As the media wrote, the NCHA fired the transplant doctor Mikhail Kaabak, who performed a kidney transplant for infants weighing less than 10 kg, as well as his colleague Nadezhda Babenko.

TASS, referring to the press service of the Ministry of Health, writes that children who will need kidney or liver transplant surgery will receive full assistance.