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Better Care for patients suffering from Nephropathy in Santiago de Cuba

Aiming to give better care is a permanent goal of the Public Health authorities in Santiago de Cuba since this province has 306 persons suffering from this disease, 60 of whom are hospitalized to receive the corresponding peritoneum haemodialysis <br /> treatment. <br /> Read More

Plenary of Cuban Parliament Postponed

The beginning of the Plenary of the Fourth Regular Session of the Seventh Legislature of the National Assembly of People's Power of Cuba was postponed for December 20. Read More

Garabato award to "Magical Tree" given by Cuban children to a Polish movie

The Garabato Award, granted by the International Childhood Forum and its Audio-visual Universe, in the last 31st New Latin American Movie Festival, went to the Magical Tree, by the Polish producer Andrzej Maleszka. Read More

Cuban Pregnant women under full Medical Care to prevent Influenza A H1N1 Virus

Cuban 36-week pregnant woman, Yaneisy Gonzalez, appreciated the rapid and high-quality assistance provided to pregnant women and those who have just given birth and show any flu symptoms in the face of the risk of getting the (H1N1) A virus. Read More

Banana Growers Increase Storing and Plantations in Ciego de Ávila province

Banana growers in the central Cuban province of Ciego de Ávila increased the plantations in over 500 hectares if compared with last year. Read More

Sancti Spíritus with one of the lowest child mortality rate in the country

Sancti Spiritus registers a rate of 3,4 on child mortality rate per 1000 born live, one of the lowest of the country, and lower than the one the province reached last year. Read More

Project of Caribbean Biological Corridor includes Cuba’s participation

Cuban scientists are participating in a regional project of demarcation and setting up of a Caribbean biological corridor to support the study of natural values and their sustainable management in the area. Read More

Charangas de Bejucal

The festivities will take place until the end of the year when the monumental floats, full of surprises, compete with each other. Read More

La Lupe, a peculiar singer with a unique style and a myth

La Mala, (The Bad One-2008) is a joint production between Spain and Puerto Rico, directed by Lilian Rosado González and Pedro Pérez-Rosado. Read More

Fidel Castro's letter to Chavez reflected concerns on USA policy towards Latin America

In a letter to Hugo Chavez that the Venezuelan president read at the close of a summit of leftist Latin American nations Monday, Fidel Castro said the U.S. &quot;empire is on the offensive again&quot; in the region. Read More