Two US, Soviet A-protesters win UNESCO peace prize
Two cardiologists, an American and a Russian, accepted UNESCO's 1984 peace prize Tuesday on behalf of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, which seeks to halt and reverse the arms race. Bernard Lown of Harvard University and Evgeni Chazov, director general of the USSR Cardiology Research Center, accepted the $60,000 award for the group. They share the group's presidency. They plan to use the money for ''further exchange, travel, and education.''