Abuja, Apr 13.- The World Health Organization (WHO) began here a vaccination program against Yellow Fever, which will cover one billion African people, reported today a regional media.
Abuja, Apr 11.- The World Health Organization (WHO) urged today African political leaders to increase their commitment to the eradication of yellow fever in the continent by the year 2026.
Havana, Apr 6.- With health coverage throughout its geography and achievements in the different levels of care, Cuba will celebrate World Health Day, established on April 7, authorities highlighted here.
Seoul, Mar 27.- South Korea will start operations of a heavy-ion medical accelerator in 2023, the science minister said today, a move that could offer a new and effective radiotherapy to cancer patients.
Havana, Mar 20.- A day dedicated to reflect on oral healthcare is carried out all over the world today, focused on preventing associated diseases that can affect almost the entire world population.
Montevideo, Mar 15.- Uruguayan Ministry of Health acquired 600,000 doses of influenza vaccine, which would be delivered to the country next April ahead of the winter season, an official source reported today.
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Havana, Mar 13.- Dr. Rafael Estrada Gonzalez, of the Neurology and Neurosurgery Institute said on Monday in Havana that the center continues to improve in comprehensive treatment and specialized attention of its neurological-degenerative illness and those that increase due to the aging population.
Nairobi, Mar 9.- The Auditor General of Kenya, Edward Ouko, denounced today that the Kenyan Ministry of Health is missing 11 billion shillings (109 million dollars).
Accra, Mar 2.- Ghana confirmed its first death due to Lassa fever, after the blood tests performed on the deceased in the General Hospital of Tema, in this capital.
Havana, Feb 27.- Havana’s National Institute of Endocrinology is dedicated to the diagnosis, management and treatment of diabetes mellitus and other metabolic diseases, as well as training in this specialty.