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Investing in youth: The future is now

Since 1987, the United Nations Population Fund has worked to promote and protect the rights of youth

To Cuba’s health!

Health is a right enshrined in the Cuban Constitution: “Everyone has the right to health protection and care. The State guarantees this right”

Efficiency and discipline to turn the economy around

Legislators concentrated their remarks on the need to ensure the efficient use and allocation of energy resources, as well as securing investment and development of renewable energy, in addition to other issues key to the social and economic development of the country

Fifty years of Cuban nephrology

The achievements of five decades of continuous efforts to develop and perfect Cuban nephrology will be presented by the Dr. Abelardo Buch López Institute of Nephrology (INEF), which will host various activities March 16 - 18 to mark the 50th anniversary of this specialty on the island

Cuba and the U.S. sign cancer research agreement

The agreement, signed by Dr. Ro­berto Morales Ojeda, Cuban minister of Public Health, and Sylvia Burwell, U.S. secretary of Health and Human Services, is aimed at implementing collaboration projects

CIMAvax-EGF: Safe and effective

The 5th CIMAvax-EGF International Workshop on the first registered therapeutic vaccine against lung cancer concluded in the capital’s Convention Center

Medical cooperation with Timor-Leste

A promise kept

When Fidel Castro extended his hand to then Prime Minister of Timor-Leste, Mari bim Amude Alkatiri, promising that Cuba would help train 1,000 health professionals from that country, free of charge, who would go on to serve their people, Isabel de Jesús Amaral never imagined she would have the opportunity to become a doctor…

Clinical trials key to developing new medicine

Some 67 % of the clinical trials being conducted in Cuba currently involve the treatment of cancer in different parts of the body

The doctor I want to be

Just a few months later, the Latin American School of Medicine was inaugurated, in whose classrooms youth from the Americas, Oceania, Eurasia and Africa today learn the art of healing

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