Washington, Jan 8.- An interferon cell receptor spurs cell suicide in mouse fetuses infected with Zika virus and could play a role in certain pregnancy complications.
Harare, Jan 5.- The government of Zimbabwe announced today the enactment of measures for organizing state enterprises and giving free medical attention to the needy population.
Geneva, Jan 4.- The World Health Organization (WHO) announced the approval of the first conjugate vaccine against typhoid fever suitable for children over six months in countries where the disease is endemic.
Cuba, Jan 3.-Maintaining infant mortality rate below five per 1,000 live for the 10th consecutive year is reason enough for Cuba to celebrate.
Havana, Dec 29.- Attorney General Office of the Republic of Cuba (FGR) asked severe sanctions against people involved in the adulteration and trafficking of drugs, said yesterday the Granma newspaper.
New Delhi, Dec 8.- Cuban Health Minister, Roberto Morales, has held a meeting in this capital with Indian representatives and businessmen from the biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries to exchange experiences and discuss cooperation issues.
Havana, Cuba, Dec 7.- Cuba develops multiple actions to confront the AIDS epidemic, in order to reduce new infections, late diagnosis and deaths from that disease, as well as improve the quality of life of those living with the disease.
Geneva, Dec 1.- The World Health Organization (WHO) called for nondiscrimination in the fight against AIDS, on the occasion of the celebration of the world day of the fight against AIDS.
Havana, Nov 27.- The high level of scientific rigor prevailing in the International Agri-Sciences 2017 Congress was showed in the presentation of 120 papers and 255 posters, the secretary said.
Havana, Nov 23.- The 7th International Rehabilitation Congress Cuba 2017 will begin on November 27 in this capital with a varied scientific program and wide international participation, the organizers confirmed today.