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Abubekr Gireevich TEREGULOV


Abubekr TEREGULOV, USSR Clinician. Doctor of Medicine Science since 1947; Professor 1929; Honoured Worker of Science Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and Tatar Soviet Socialist Republic; Head, Chair of Hospital Therapy, Medicine Prophylactic Faculty, Kazan Medicine Institute, and Science Director, 1st Kazan City General Hospital, since 1944. Order of Lenin; two Order of Red Banner of Labor; medals.


TEREGULOV, Abubekr was born in 1885.


1911 graduated Medical Faculty, Kazan University.


Member, Central Executive Committee, Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. Delegation at 1936 Extraordinary All-Union Congress of Soviets of the USSR. Deputy, Kazan City Soviet of Workers’ Deputy.

Deputy, Tatar Supreme Soviet. Member, Tatar Committee the Defense of Peace. Presidium member, Tatar Trade-Union Council.

Member, Council, Oblast Committee, Tatar Trade-Union of Medicine Workers. Board member, All-Union, and Chairman, Kazan Society of Therapeutists. Chairman, Council, Tatar Science Medicine Society.

Со-Editor, “Internal Diseases” section, “Bolshaya sovetskayaentsiklopediya” (Largo Soviet Encyclopedia), 2nd edition. Mem ber, Editor Council, journal “Terapevtichesky arkhiv” (Therapeutic Archives), etc. Before 1917 Revolution, district doctor, Ufa Guberniya Zemstvo.

1917-1918 intern and Assistant, Faculty Therapy Clinic, Kazan University. Specializing in internal diseases. 1918-1920 Assistant, Hospital Therapeutic Clinic, Tomsk University.

1920-1921 Head, Chair of Diagnosis, Medical Faculty, Irkutsk University, and simultaneously Chief, Therapeutics Department, 452nd Red Army field reserve hospital. 1921-1928 senior Assistant, 1928-1929 lecturer, Faculty Therapy Clinic, Kazan University. 1929-1944 Head, Chair of Propedeutics of Internal Diseases, Medical Faculty, Kazan University, now Kazan Medicine Institute.

Director of Studies and Chairman, State Examination Commission, Kazan Medicine Institute.


There is no solid or tangible evidence for God nor a logical argument for God. The existence of God is taken on faith and not by evidence.


Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.