In 1990, Michael Kiriac received his Doctorate in Biotechnology. He was assigned to the Department of Nutrition at the Moscow Nutrition Sciences Research Institute where he continued to support all his projects.
Three years later, as a further verification of BAC and his work at Chernobyl, the Belarus Ministry of Health concluded: “algae preparations decrease radiation dose load received from food contaminated with radionucleides, Cesium-137 and Strontium-90, and promote the evacuation of radionuclide’s from the human body.” No side effects were ever registered.
In spite of this, it was becoming apparent that to continue his work, Dr. Kiriac would have to leave Russia. His homeland, Moldova, had become very poor and still is – the industrial enterprises had broken down. It was very difficult to be a scientist, and being an entrepreneur at heart, working in the current system was next to impossible. His imminent decision to leave was clear, however, the transition to a new country would prove to be difficult.
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