Cuban Marks World No Tobacco Day

Cuba is marking World No Tobacco Day on May 31 with a comprehensive campaign to raise awareness among people about the fatal consequences of this unhealthy habit

Cuba and Belarus Sign Agreement to Produce Drugs against Low-Molecular-Weight Tumors

Cuba and Belarus signed a cooperation agreement to produce drugs against low-molecular-weight tumors after a research study carried out by the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and the Cuban Center for Molecular Immunology Research in Havana

Modern Cuban Neurosurgery System Will Soon Benefit Argentineans

A modern neurosurgery system —called Estereoflex— developed in Cuba by the International Center for Neurological Restoration (CIREN) and the Center for Immunology Research (CIE) will soon benefit Argentinean patients

Cuba is a Power on Natural and Traditional Medicine, says Expert

The development of traditional Cuban medicine was highlighted today by Dr. Elisa Aznar, president of the Federation of Caribbean Natural Medicines

Havana Hosts Iberian-American Congress of Natural Medicine

The Seventh Continental Congress and Fourth Iberian-American and Caribbean Congress of Natural Medicine and Products began on Tuesday in Havana aiming at the promotion of natural and traditional medicine

Havana Hosts Int’l Conference on Endoscopic Surgery

Renowned and experienced national and foreign professors are participating in the Third International Conference and Fourth Cuban Congress on Endoscopic Surgery (CIRENDOSC 2010) that runs through Wednesday in Havana

Cuba Develops Program for the Protection of Birds

Specialist from the Coastal Eco-Systems Research Center based in Cayo Coco are studying three bird species currently in danger of extinction in the keys north of Ciego de Avila province

National Vaccination Campaign against A H1N1 Flu Virus Nearing Completion

Cuban Deputy Health Minister Luis Estruch described an ongoing nationwide vaccination campaign against the A H1N1 influenza virus whose second and final phase is about to conclude as transcendental

Over 10,000 Patients Benefited from Cuban Medicament

Over 10,000 patients from over a dozen countries, including Cuba, have been benefited from Heberprot-P, a medicament developed on the island and world leader for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers

Vaccination Programs Have Saved Thousands of Cuban Children

The Cuban National Immunization Program has saved more than 22,500 children since its implementation in 1962 until 2009, said Dr. Miguel Angel Galindo, an advisor of the national vaccination program who won the 1999 Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Award for Immunization


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