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The cradle of Cuban revolutionary medicine

The Calixto, as the hospital is popularly known, was inaugurated January 23, 1896

Recognition for Cuban medical researchers

To highlight achievements made in research, scientific production and the use of technology in healthcare, Cuba awards the annual Health Prizes. The Grand Prize this year went to Dr. Rosmeri Rodríguez Roche, for her research on the first hemorrhagic dengue epidemic in the Americas

MediCuba: an efficient and prosperous socialist enterprise

The enterprise is viewed as an organization of high social recognition, with capable and committed professionals, effectively guaranteeing imported supplies required by the national health system and in its provision of services abroad

The magic of a good rum

Havana Club’s winning formula lies in its tradition of producing rums using the same aging technology used for over 150 years, as well as the combination of temperature, humidity and natural environment, a process led by experienced individuals committed to making a quality product

Work of Cuban healthcare professionals recognized

The Cuban people will honor the country's healthcare professionals in a series of activities commemorating Latin American Medicine Day (December 3), during which the selfless efforts of sector workers both on the island and international missions will be recognized

The benefits of a new Cuban gas pipeline

Works are currently underway on the Puerto Escondido – Yumurí gas pipeline, which will result in significant fuel savings for the island

Solidarity with Cuba in 2017 and beyond

Today, the movement is redefining its focus after a successful end to the long campaign to secure the release of the Cuban Five (Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, René González and Fernando González); an overwhelming victory for the island and its supporters

Colombian family expresses gratitude to Cuba

The family of young Colombian, Juan Camilo Díaz Ceballo, who trained as a doctor at the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) before becoming a specialist in pediatrics, expressed their sincere gratitude to the Cuban government and people