Santiago de Cuba, Feb 14.- The clearly descending curve of children's mortality due to cancer is on Tuesday one of the main achievements of the comprehensive cancer control program, said Dr. Agustin Lage, a scientist linked to this strategy.
Havana, Cuba, Feb12.- The Minister of Public Health of Cuba, José Ángel Portal Miranda, reviewed the results of his Ministry during 2018 and discussed the priorities, goals and challenges for 2019.
Addis Ababa, Nov 17. -The African Union (AU) stressed Saturday the need for strategic partnerships to increase access to high-quality diagnostics towards achieving universal health coverage on the continent.
Havana, Nov 13. -The International Symposium on Sudden Cardiovascular Death that started on Tuesday in Havana should give a lot of information to continue learning about the reality of Latin America and the Caribbean, Peruvian physician Jonathan Quispe said.
Panama, Nov 12. -Every year, there are 3.6 million obese people in Latin America and the Caribbean, a phenomenon that affects one in four adults today, which is why it is the region's biggest nutritional threat.
Mogadishu, Nov 7. -Female genital mutilation (FGM), considered by the UN a crime against minors and which is common in Somalia, tends to decrease, according to a study whose results were published on Wednesday in local media.
Ankara, Nov 6. -Recognized Cuban scientist and high executive of BioCubaFarma group, Agustín Lage Davila ended his work visit to Turkey after attending the 14th Congress of Pharmacists, informed today diplomatic sources to Prensa Latina.
Camagüey, Nov 5. -Studies made corroborate that the application of natural and traditional medicine (MNT) in Camagüey, reports high economic savings, by stopping the use of analgesics, anti-inflammatory and high cost creams as well as the reduction of hospital admission time.
Bangkok, Nov 3. -Nearly 486 million people are hungry in the Asia-Pacific region, due to stagnant progress in food security, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reported.
Port-au-Price, Oct 31. -Cuba will increase its medical presence in Haiti, in response to a request from the health authorities of this nation, confirmed to Prensa Latina Ambassador Luis Castillo.