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Cuban Health Colaboration Extended to 162 Countries

Cuba’s health professionals abroad totalling almost 373 thousand have offered their medical aid to 162 countries since its first colaboration to Chile in 1960. Read More

Cuba and Mexico Sign Health Cooperation Agreement

Cuban and Mexican authorities signed on Thursday in Havana, three scientific-technical and academic cooperation agreements in the health sector which will allow expanding and strengthening bilateral ties in the field. Read More

Over 410 thousand blood donations made in Cuba in 2017

In the first 4 months of 2017, the 330,000 Cuban voluntary blood donors, made over 410,000 donations that will contribute to save lives in Cuba and in other countries. Read More

Health Minister from Seychelles Speaks to Cuban Doctors

The Health Minister of Seychelles, Jean Paul Adam met on Monday with members of the Cuban Medical Brigade on the occasion of Mother’s Day, informed Prensa Latina News Agency. Read More

80% of the treatments for children with leukemia in Cuba are successful

80 percent of treatments for children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia have been successful in Cuba, according to a report from the official Cubacoopera website. Read More

Cuban training of foreign doctors is fruitful for Chile

The training in Cuba of health professionals has been very fruitful for Chile, said professor Jhonny Acevedo from the Medicine Faculty of Chile´s University. Read More

Cuban medical contingent departs for Peru

A 23-strong Cuban medical brigade, part of the Henry Reeve International Contingent of Physicians Specialized in Disaster Situations and Serious Epidemics, departed Thursday might for Peru. Read More

Cuban cancer vaccines at primary health care services

The Clinical Research Director at the Havana-based Molecular Immunology Center, Doctor Tania Crombet, said in eastern Holguin city that Cuban cancer vaccines can now be administered in the primary health care services. Read More

Brazilian patients prefer Cuban doctors

Brazilian Health minister Ricardo Barros admitted in Brasilia on Tuesday that local patients prefer to be treated by Cuban doctors working with the More Doctors program rather than by Brazilian physicians, as they stressed the strong commitment of the island´s professionals. Read More

Cuba: an example on the work with handicapped people

Cuba is an example in the attention and inclusion of handicapped people, despite the limitations in resources due to the over 50 years long US blockade, an Ecuadorean expert said in Havana. Read More

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