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Urology Congress 2009 underway in Havana

Delegates to the 12th Caribbean and Central America Congress on Urology meet in Havana this Monday, where there will be specialized courses on urology current advances like pediatric urology, prostate cancer and kidney stones extraction. Read More

Lowest infant mortality rate in Pinar del Río

The Latin American Medicine Day was marked in Pinar del Rio with the lowest infant mortality rate of its history, until the afternoon of December 2 it was at 3,9 per 1000 live births. Read More

ANIMA Studios Open in Holguin

The “ANIMA” studios for the production of cartoons, located in the “Plaza de la Marqueta”, in the eastern province of Holguin has become the workplace for students of the arts, art instructors, computer specialists and other self-taught students. Read More

Hurricane Season ended without harm for Cuba

Only nine tropical storms emerged, of which only three became hurricanes, said Lixion Avila from the U.S. National Hurricane Center. Read More

Cuba provides health assistance worldwide

Cuban biotechnology and pharmaceutical products are already among the country's major exports, and the industry is on course to continue developing while maintaining a firm focus on making a real difference to the health of all Cubans and of people in the numerous countries where Cuba provides medical assistance. Read More

Biotech industry going on well

The promising anti-cancer antibody nimotuzumab, developed by Agustin<br /> Lage, head of the Centre for Molecular Immunology (CIM), is currently<br /> undergoing clinical trials in the United States. Read More

New Rules Regarding Telecommunications Service to Cuba, December 1, 2009

In early September, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Commerce Department Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) published long-awaited regulations implementing the Cuba policies announced by the White House in April 2009. Read More

Five New Sea Algae Species Found in Cuba

Cuban scientists from the Coastal Ecosystem Research Center, (CIEC for its Spanish acronym), found 5 new sea algae species in the Northern and Southern key systems in this central Cuban province. Read More

Climate change, the Copenhagen Summit and Cuba's stance

Two weeks before the Copenhagen Summit on Climate Change, Cuba reiterated at the UN the need to change current production and consumption patterns. Read More

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