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.
Havana, Sep 21. -Cuba joins the international campaign for World Alzheimer's Day, which is celebrated every September 21st to raise awareness about dementia and challenge the stigma.
Ulan Bator, Sep 20. -The specialist from the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology of Cuba, Yanisbel Ortiz began today in Mongolia the training of this Asian country in the use of the new drug Heberprot P.
United Nations, Sep 17. – This Monday, the group of advisers The Elders urged world leaders to redouble their efforts to eradicate tuberculosis (TB) and attend a summit on the issue at the UN on September 26th.
San Salvador, Sep 15. -The Cuban aid workers of the Ophthalmological Center of San Vicente, El Salvador, celebrated the first anniversary of the retinopathy service in the best possible way: illuminating shutdown eyes.
London, Aug 29.- An international team of scientists has identified a new type of brain cells in humans, during an investigation to inventory the cells of our brain, the journal Nature Neuroscience published today.
Havana, Aug 20.- More than one million people live with diabetes in Cuba, but only 700,000 are registered, warn experts from the island, according to an article published today in Granma newspaper.
Holguín, Cuba, Aug 7.- Restoration and maintenance of health centers that benefit senior citizens in the province of Holguin are part of the priorities aimed at improving the quality of life of that sector of the population.
Havana, Cuba, Jul 31.- As soon as firefighters extinguished the last flames of the fire that affected the National Institute of Oncology and Radiobiology (INOR) in this capital the recovery work began, so now, two weeks after the incident, the center is at full capacity and shows infrastructural improvements.