More than 500 families have benefited in Cuba with the oncogenetic service, created to identify hereditary cancer and achieve early detection of cancer and prevention of tumors.
The Cuban medical brigade that provided health care in Sierra Leone returned today to this capital, after three months of internationalist work.
M.Sc. Dr. Alberto Quirantes Master of Science and Consulting Professor Head of the Endocrinology Service…
Scientists Shahida Hasnain (Pakistan) and Samir Saha (Bangladesh) will receive today the UNESCO Carlos J. Finlay prize for microbiology today, an award established by initiative of the Cuban government.
The potentialities of the Relax Viewer, a neuromuscular relaxation monitor designed in Cuba, was exhibited today in the scientific sessions of the 11th Congress of Anesthesiology in this capital.
A global educational day to raise awareness about breast cancer prevention is taking place all over the world today, with several initiatives aimed at early detection, treatment and palliative cares.
After the devastation caused by powerful hurricane Irma that affected almost all of Cuba, most hospitals in Havana already have power, said Dr. Reynol García Moreiro, director of Public Health in Havana.
72 hours after Hurricane Irma”s onslaught in Havana, 98 percent of hospitals in the capital city already has electricity and running water, said local director of health Reynol Garcia.
A visit to Cuba in 2016 and the concern about infant mortality rates in a Chicago community led US doctor Robert A. Winn to become interested in working with Cuban specialists.
Georgetown, Guyana.-The program of medical scholarships established between Guyana and Cuba celebrated Thursday the graduation…