Camagüey, Oct 19. -Between 200 and 300 women are surgically intervened each year in Camagüey due to breast cancer ; this was reported by Dr. Leonardo Hernández, second-degree specialist in Oncology, and head of Mastology service at the María Curie Oncology Teaching Hospital in this province.
Rome, Oct 16. -Hunger is not the only threat facing human existence, but also anemia and obesity, said director general of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Jose Graziano da Silva.
Kinshasa, Oct 12. -The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is alarmed by the 33 new cases of Ebola reported since October 1st, compared to 41 in all of September in DR Congo.
Addis Ababa, Oct 8. -Ethiopia is currently studying the implementation of new strategies to encourage private sector participation with a view to positively impact the population’s standard of living and raising awareness about communicable and non-communicable diseases.
Berlin, Oct 5. -An investigation reveals among the factors influencing the rate of progression of type 2 diabetes (DT2) a high body mass index and heavy proportions of hip and waist,publishes specialized media.
Havana, Oct 4. -With the aim of showing the development reached by electromedicine in the past 55 years in Cuba, a national scientific event opens on Thursday with the participation of professionals and technicians from all provinces of the country.
Washington, Oct 2. -A mediterranean diet consisting on fish, vegetables and olive oil reduces the risk of macular degeneration because of the age (Age Related Macular Degeneration, ARMD) which is one of the main causes for blindness in the planet.
Stockholm, Oct 1. -The North American James Allison and the Japanese Tasuku Honjo have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine 2018 for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibiting negative immune regulation.
Havana, Sep 26. -The International Antimicrobial Resistance Conference, from the laboratory to the clinic, began this Wednesday with the participation of experts from some 15 countries to an update exchange on the impact of this phenomenon.
Luanda, Sep 24. -The coordinator of the Tuberculosis Control Program in Angola, Ambrosio Disadidi, regretted his country is today among the 30 most affected ones by the disease in the world.