Outstanding individuals and institutions in the field of medical sciences were recognized during the 42nd edition of the Annual Health Prize awarded by the Cuban Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) in honor of contributions made to scientific knowledge, the training of human resources, and illness prevention and treatment
An analysis of the consequences of neurological problems in children was the focus of debates during the First International Neurodevelopment and Early Childhood Care Congress, held June 15-17, in the Grand Memories hotel, in the beach resort of Varadero
The 24th South American Solidarity with Cuba Brigade, which for the last 10 years has been traveling to the country, is visiting the island (January 23-February 4), to learn about Cuba's reality and strengthen ties of friendship
Preliminary data from the Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) for 2015 indicates that Cuba’s infant mortality rate for the year was 4.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, reaffirming the country as the continental leader, and among the top 20 nations in the world, in terms of this indicator
“We understand each other in the productive routine of preparing classes, reports of scientific results, presentations of topics, or writing articles; we organize ourselves to cooperate with each other as necessary”
At the end of his mission, Eduardo received a letter that read: “You made a difference...You did not just bring us health, but life. You can return to your homeland with your head held high like a good revolutionary soldier
Shortly after the March floods in Chile, which left 30,000 homeless, a small contingent of 17 Cubans arrived to support those affected - doctors, epidemiologists and nurses from the Henry Reeve Brigade, specially trained in responding to disasters and serious epidemics.
Some 1,000 passengers from Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, and South Korea recently arrived to Havana, aboard the 17th Peace Boat, on a mission to stop the arms race and promote peace
Friends of Cuba and people of good will around the world are raising their voices and carrying banners on the sidewalk in front of the White House to once again demand an end to the imprisonment of Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino and Antonio Guerrero.
In Cuba, women’s gynecological healthcare is fully guaranteed, Dr. Ana Margarita Solares Asteasuanizarra, a member of the Cuban Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Assistant Professor at Havana’s University of Medical Sciences, told Granma International