Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Apr 10.- The head of medical assistance of the Cuban brigade in Bolivia, Alina Ochoa, highlighted the impact of the Health Fairs that since 2016 Cuban collaborators carry out here.
Piura, Peru, Apr 5.- More than a thousand patients were treated by the Cuban medical brigade arriving in this northern city of the country to assist the victims of the floods that devastated this territory, the group leader, Rolando Piloto said.
Ciego de Avila, Cuba, Apr 5.- Health specialists in Ciego de Avila will participate in the 7th International Emergency and Intensive Care Congress from April 12th to the 14th, at Havana’s Convention Center.
Havana, Cuba, Mar 28.- Cuban electro-medicine and the recovery of medical technology is one of the topics to be discussed at the 3rd International Convention on Health Technology, which will start today at the Havana Convention Center.
Havana, Cuba, Mar 27.- World Health Day will be dedicated this year to depression currently affecting 300 million people in the world.
Havana, Cuba, Mar 22.- The Clinical Research Director at the Havana-based Molecular Immunology Center, Doctor Tania Crombet, said in eastern Holguin city that Cuban cancer vaccines can now be administered in the primary health care services.
Havana, Cuba, Mar 20.- US Professor of the University of California in Los Angeles, Dr. Gabriel Danovitch expressed in Havana that Cuba should be proud of its commendable results in kidney transplants despite the effects of Washington’s economic blockade.
Havana, Mar 16.- New cases of cancer, the second cause of death in Cuba, continue to rise, although the disease's mortality rates are beginning to stabilize somewhat, the Head of Cancer Control Program, Teresa Romero, told Prensa Latina.
Brasilia, Mar 15.- Brazilian Health Minister Ricardo Barros admitted that Brazilian patients prefer Cuban doctors in the More Doctors health program to national doctors, and he attributed this preference to their proven dedication to work.
Havana, March 14.- Older Cuban adults with a pre-university level have 30 percent less risk from suffering Alzheimer's disease, according to a study of more than 3,000 people, led by local specialists since 2003,local press publishes today.