More than 300 Cuban and foreign specialists are attending today in this central city of the country the 9th National Congress of Nephrology, which includes the debate of nearly 200 presentations.
Cuban doctors and health technicians working in Seychelles highlighted the importance of the changes proposed in the draft Constitution on public consultation in their country.
The 6th Congress of the Cuban Society of Natural and Traditional Medicine, Bionat 2018, is hosting today the 2nd Congress of Onnetsu Therapy, based on a traditional Japanese technique.
Cuban President, Miguel Diaz-Canel evaluated the work of medical care, illness prevention and the hygiene and epidemiological system of the island.
Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra met today with the medical brigade of the Caribbean country that is working in Nauru, on occasion of his participation in the 49th Pacific Islands Forum.
The economic, financial and trade blockade the US Government on Cuba has caused the island”s health system damages for over 2.5 billion dollars in almost 60 years, its Foreign Ministry upholds.
More than one million people live with diabetes in Cuba, but only 700,000 are registered, warn experts from the island, according to an article published today in Granma newspaper
The only survivor of the plane crash in Cuba on May 18, Mailen Diaz Almaguer, is continuing his recovery and has started rehabilitation at the Hermanos Ameijeiras Hospital in this capital.
The survival of critically ill newborns and infant mortality are among the health services that currently maintain first-world indicators in this central Cuban province.
Agencies are facing greater challenges today in managing and containing the new Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as the epicenter is an area of active conflict.