Chapaevsk

Chapaevsk

 

(until 1929, Ivashchenkovo), a city (since 1927) under oblast jurisdiction in Kuibyshev Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the right bank of the Chapaevka River, a tributary of the Volga. Railroad station on the Syzran’-Kuibyshev line, 43 km southwest of Kuibyshev. Population, 87,000 (1976). Chapaevsk has a chemical-fertilizer plant, a silicates plant, a plant for the manufacture of reinforced-concrete products, a cannery, a milk plant, meat-packing and food-processing combines, a clothing factory, and a motor-vehicle transportation combine. Educational institutions include a chemical engineering technicum. Chapaevsk was named for V. I. Chapaev.

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Oleg Sergeev is director, Chapaevsk Medical Association, Chapaevsh, Russia.
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Predictors of serum dioxin levels among adolescent boys in Chapaevsk, Russia: a cross-sectional pilot study.
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We thank the study participants and the staff of the Chapaevsk Medical Association.
We assessed predictors of serum HCB, [beta]-HCH, and p,p'-DDE concentrations among children residing in Chapaevsk, Russia, a city of approximately 72,000 people located 950 km southeast of Moscow that has a history of environmental organochlorine compound contamination.
The Russian Children's Study was approved by the human studies institutional review boards (IRBs) of the Chapaevsk Medical Association, Harvard School of Public Health, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and University of Massachusetts Medical School.