Havana, Aug 4.- Two more locally contracted Zika cases have been detected by Cuban authorities among residents of the eastern province of Holguin, bringing the total to three, according to a statement released today.
Havana, Cuba, Aug 1.- Case number 30 of an imported Zika virus was diagnosed in the country on July 25. It corresponds to a Cuban traveler coming from Haiti, where she had been since January for personal reasons, who lives in the municipality of Old Havana.
Panama, Jul 29.- Panama is hosting the First International Conference on Public Health, which has attracted health leaders from Brazil, Cuba, Bolivia, Colombia, United States and Panama.
Panama, Jul 28.- Discussions at the First International Public Health Conference will today focus on policies, strategies and actions to address current challenges in medicine.
Havana, Cuba, Jul 22.- The Havana-based Medical University graduated 908 new health professionals, 784 Cubans and 124 from other nationalities in six medical courses.
Geneva, Jul 21.- The World Health Organization (WHO) urged all countries to handle the viral hepatitis, a disease that causes each year 1.45 million fatalities, highlighting the importance of research and access to diagnosis.
Durban, South Africa, Jul 20.- Despite the hope, there is still a long way in finding a cure for HIV, agreed the experts attending the 21st International Conference on AIDS in South Africa.
Mexico, Jul 19.- Based on functional magnetic resonance imaging techniques, a student of Mexico's Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM) has designed a protocol to alleviate the negative effect of sleep disorders.
Havana, Cuba, Jul 8.- The Canadian NGO Help Fight Ebola Canada (HFEC) acknowledged the important contribution of the Cuban government and physicians in the struggle against the global pandemic of Ebola with the handing over of the Friends of Africa Humanity Award, which was received in a special ceremony by the Consul General of Cuba to Toronto, Javier Domokos.
Havana, Jul 1.- The First Congress of Aesthetics, Cosmetology and Aesthetic Medicine began here today, attended by some 700 delegates from Latin America, Europe, Caricom country members and the United States.