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Russian scientist working on COVID-19 vaccine found dead

A Russian scientist working on a COVID-19 vaccine was found dead with a knife wound, according to media reports. He fell out of a window in St. Petersburg. The details of the incident were shared by the publication New York Post.

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Alexander Kagansky, 45, was in his underwear when he fell fell out of the window of his apartment on the 14th floor.

A knife wound was also found on the body of the scientist. The police believe that before Kagansky fell from the building, there was a fight.

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Russian police say they are investigating Kagansky's death as a possible murder and are interrogating a 45-year-old man as a potential suspect.

Kagansky, best known for his work in cancer research, was an assistant professor in Vladivostok and until 2017 worked for 13 years in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Recently, he worked as director of the Center for Genomic and Regenerative Medicine at the Far Eastern Federal University.

He worked on the development of a Russian vaccine against coronavirus.

The police report says that Kagansky's body was found by his neighbor.

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