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Cuba Calls for People's Support to Eradicate Dengue

The Cuban Public Health Ministry (MINSAP) called on Wednesday for the people's support to eradicate the proliferation of the Aedes aegypti mosquito during the summer months Read More

Cuba with over 5 Thousand Kidney Transplants since the 1970s

Some 5 100 kidney transplants have been carried out in Cuba since the 1970s up to date, with survival levels compared to those reached in developed nations Read More

Dayron Robles Observes Medical Treatment in London

Dayron Robles is undergoing medical treatment in London for the injury that forced him to abandon the final of the 110-meter hurdles. Read More

Traditional Carnivals Suspended Due to Cholera in Cuba

Traditional summer carnivals in the eastern Cuban cities of Bayamo and Manzanillo have been suspended due to an outbreak of cholera in the region Read More

Cuba’s top epidemiologist tells CNN in Manzanillo that cholera has not spread

Cuba’s top epidemiologist tells CNN in Manzanillo that the epidemic has not spread Read More

Norway continues funding Cuban health services in Haiti

Continuing a trend of wealthier donor nations funding Cuban healthcare expertise for developing countries, Norway signed an agreement July 12 with the Cuban government under which the Scandinavian country provides $800,000 for healthcare services in Haiti. Read More

Cuban government: Cholera outbreak under control

A Cuban government official claims the cholera outbreak in eastern Granma province is under control. Read More

Cholera reportedly kills 15, sickens hundreds in eastern Cuba

The first cholera outbreak in Cuba in a century has left at least 15 dead and sent hundreds to hospitals Read More

Rare cholera outbreak kills 3 in eastern Cuba

A rare cholera outbreak has killed three elderly people in Cuba and sickened dozens more. Read More

Cuba says hepatitis B eliminated among minors under 15

Cuba has eliminated viral hepatitis B among the population aged under 15 thanks to a locally developed vaccine in the Caribbean country's massive immunization campaign Read More

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