Check at National Cancer Center in Moscow reveals patients that have been dead for decade
The Investigative Committee for Moscow is carrying out the inquiry.
Patients who died several years ago have been found at the Blokhin’s National Cancer Center in Moscow during an inspection, writes TASS citing a law enforcement source.
"They were in the morgue of the medical institution and are now being identified," said the agency source adding that the Investigative Committee for Moscow is carrying out the inquiry.
Mash noted that the patients whose bodies were discovered have been dead for at least a decade.
Blokhin’s National Cancer Center on Moscow’s Kashirskoye highway is one of the largest cancer treatment clinics in Russia.