Beijing, Nov 18.- A book in Spanish on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), with its history, tips and reviews of the most outstanding physicians in that specialty in China was presented today by its author, journalist Wang Youzheng.
Havana, Cuba, Nov 17.- Cuba will host an international health forum next April to address the transformations of public health systems and their impact on the world population.
Santiago de Chile, Nov 15.- The Chilean Asmec agency and Cuba signed contracts for sending people from this South American country interested in receiving medical treatment in the Caribbean Island, reported today sources of that company.
United Nations, Nov 13.- Experts from the United Nations assured Thursday that despite the great challenge represented by the Ebola virus, some progress is being observed in the international campaign to stop this terrible virus in several African western countries.
Guatemala, Nov 11.- Cuban health personnel saved 292,640 Guatemalans from November 1998 until the end of October 2014, according to estimates issued by the Cuban Medical Brigade and published today here.
Havana, Cuba, No 8.- A recent article published by Time magazine acknowledges that Cuban medical internationalism is a national priority on the island and that this is why Cuba is singularly prepared to fight the Ebola fever virus epidemic.
Havana, Nov 7.- The non governmental Cuban Association of the United Nations (ACNU) urged its peers worldwide to unite in fighting the Ebola epidemics in West Africa.
La Paz, Nov 6.- Bolivia decided to demand visas to citizens from Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Senegal, as a measure to prevent possible cases of Ebola in the country.
United Nations, Nov 1.- The UN's special envoy for Ebola, David Nabarro, said on Friday that the global response plan to fight the Ebola outbreak in Western Africa shows encouraging results.
Paris, Nov 1.- The director of epidemiology of the World Health Organization (WHO), Sylvie Briand, highlighted the importance of working together to fight Ebola, and lauded the role of Cuban doctors in the countries affected by that virus.