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.
Havana, Cuba, Mar 13.- Specialists say that kidney diseases can be prevented with education, knowledge, and a healthy lifestyle including an adequate nutrition and exercise.
Holguin, Cuba, Mar 7.- Twenty Cuban patients with Parkinson's disease underwent deep brain stimulation surgery, since this type of medical intervention was resumed in November 2016 at Lucía Íñiguez Hospital, in the Cuban city of Holguín.
La Paz, Mar 6.- The Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO) representative in Bolivia, Fernando Leanes, has highlighted the equity and universality in medical care in Cuba, which currently allow the Caribbean nation to have good indicators.
Havana, Mar 3.- A Cuban specialist has called attention today on the measures to ensure a better conception, on occasion of the World Birth Defects Day, third leading cause of death for children under one year old.
Havana, Feb 28.- A workshop dedicated to updating the treatment and diagnosis of dermatological diseases has begun here today with specialists from Cuba and Spain, among the most representative ones.
Havana, Feb 27.- The application of the non-invasive brain stimulation is one of the latest news of the International Center for Neurological Restoration (CIREN), the only one of its kind in the world, celebrating its 28th anniversary, media reported here today.