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Cuba consolidates maternal-infant health

The country’s infant-mortality rate currently stands at 4.1 for every 1,000 live births during the first six months of 2017

Cuba joins two strategic health funds (+ Photos)

Dr. Francisco Durán García, national director of Epidemiology, described the signing of the Regional Revolving Funds for Vaccine Procurement and Strategic Public Health Supplies, between PAHO and the Cuban Ministry of Public Health, as an opportunity for the island to maintain stability in the acquisition of medicines, essential resources for public health and its immunization program

Cuba’s exemplary biotechnology research

The state enterprise group BioCubaFarma has 393 research projects underway, of which 102 involve biotechnology

AIDS: Prevention in our hands

83% of HIV/SIDA patients on the island are alive today thanks to over 30 years of work by the National STI/HIV/AIDS Control and Prevention program

Science vs. manipulation in alleged sonic attacks

In the context of an international forum underway in Havana today, the Cuban Society of Otorhinolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery rejected the validity of accusations regarding alleged sonic attacks on U.S. diplomatic personnel in Havana

Experts note inconsistencies in hypothesis about alleged sonic attacks

With more than 300 contributions and broad consensus on inconsistencies in hypotheses about alleged sonic attacks on U.S. diplomatic personnel in Havana, the first day of an online forum of scientists and experts in different fields concluded - The debate will continue today

Why is Cuba developing a new pneumococcal vaccine?

The mere fact of being able to tell Cuban families that a new, effective and safe Cuban pneumococcal vaccine will soon be available, work on which has been advancing since 2006, is already more than just “good news.”

An honor and a commitment to Cuba

The Political Bureau elected by the 7th Party Congress includes five new members among its 17. Speaking with Granma, these leaders expressed their commitment to assume the task with a great sense of responsibility