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Uzbek scientists have created a new drug that cures up to 99% of oncological diseases, UzA reports.

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"Since 2018, this drug has been manufactured and used in medicine in several foreign countries using their technology. We started the production of this medicine according to the new technology created by us. Currently, our isotope called "lithium-177" is 10 times purer and higher quality radioisotope than the products of other manufacturers in the world.

Simply put, we have improved the world's medicine and started to produce a high-quality and cheap product according to the technology we created," says the director of the institute, Ilhom Sodikov.

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