Cuba’s has already given medical assistance in Haiti -during the emergency situation and as part of the Health Reconstruction Program in than nation-to 345,689 patients in the over 110 days elapsed since the earthquake
The 18th International Seminar on the Attention to Senior
Citizens, to be held in this capital from May 5th through the 7th, will deal with the care of the elderly, for a more active, productive and happy old age
Renowned specialists in peripheral vascular diseases will attend the Ninth Caribbean Conference on Angiology and Vascular Surgery (ANGIOCARIBE 2010) scheduled for Havana’s Convention Center on May 17-21
Cuba’s efforts for the protection of workers was one of the topics analyzed by specialists of the Cuban Workers’ Confederation (CTC) during the Fifteenth International Congress of the Caribbean Medical Association (CMA) that concludes this Friday in Havana
Cuba will conclude on Friday the first stage of its vaccination campaign against the A H1N1 influenza virus, and has called citizens who have not received their dose yet to go to health centers in their neighborhood and have it.
Until Friday, 75,000 Cubans included in the most vulnerable groups or people in risk to get complications due to the virus had not received their vaccine yet, the Granma newspaper reports
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