Radim Uzel

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Radim Uzel

Radim Uzel (born 27 March 1940 in Ostrava) is a Czech sexologist and director of the Society for Family Planning and Sexual Education (Společnost pro plánování rodiny a sexuální výchovu). He is also an unsuccessful candidate to the Senate of the Czech Republic.[1]


In 1957, following his graduation at the gymnasium in Orlová, he studied at the medical faculty of Masaryk University in Brno.

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  1. ^ Čulík, Jan (2000-11-06). "A Long Wake - The aftermath of the anti-IMF demonstrations continues to be felt in Prague". Central Europe Review. Retrieved 2009-10-24.