Category Archives: Healthcare

Cuban Doctors Arrested, Harassed In Bolivia Return Home Safely

The four doctors were detained for allegedly “encouraging and financing” the protests demanding the reestablishment of the Constitutional Order. Nov 18 (teleSUR) Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez announced Sunday the return of 207 medical personnel who were offering their services in Bolivia, among … Continue reading

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Cuban biotechnological products arouse great interest in Kazakhstan

Almaty, Kazakhstan, Nov 18 (Prensa Latina) Cuban biotechnological products are currently arousing great interest in Kazakhstan due to the intense action being developed by the delegation representing the BioCubaFarma Business Group and the Center of Molecular Immunology, currently undertaking a … Continue reading

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Andean Parliament member thanks Cuba for its solidarity

By Sinay Cespedes MorenoQuito, Nov 18 (Prensa Latina) Rosa Mireya Cardenas, representative from Ecuador to the Andean Parliament, thanked Cuba and its health professionals on Monday for their solidarity and support in this South American nation, and in the rest … Continue reading

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Cuba will support the opening of sports medical institution in Mali

Havana, Nov 16 (Prensa Latina) This year a sports medicine institute will open in the Republic of Mali with the collaboration of Cuba, Jit weekly reported. Mali’s Minister of Sports, Orouna Modibo Tdure, said they have Cuban collaborators in his … Continue reading

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Cuba demands the immediate release of four Cuban health workers detained in Bolivia

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejects false accusations that these collaborators encourage or fund protests, based on deliberate lies with no basis whatsoever. Given the circumstances described, the immediate return to the homeland of all Cuban collaborators has been decided … Continue reading

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Cuban Medical Collaborators Return After Ecuador Cancels Agreement

The Cuban Ministry of Public Health confirmed the return of Cuban doctors after María Paula Romo informed of the ending of the six collaboration agreements and in light of fake allegations that attached the Caribbean proffesional to October demonstrations against Lenin … Continue reading

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Cuba: Stop Harassment Against Cuban Doctors in Bolivia

Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez demanded the immediate release of Cuban doctors detained in the plurinational state, after the coup against Evo Morales, including the chief of the Medical Brigade. Nov 15 (teleSUR) The Cuban Government denounced the arbitrary detention of the … Continue reading

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ELAM: 20 years true to Fidel’s humanist thought

Cuban President attends anniversary celebration at the Latin American School of Medicine, devoted to solidarity among the world’s peoples Nov 14 (Granma) Cuba’s President, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, presided the 20th anniversary celebration of the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM), … Continue reading

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Cuba participates in International Conference on Population in Kenya

Nairobi, Nov 13 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment Rodrigo Malmierca spoke today with representatives from Syria and Venezuela in the context of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD25), which is taking place in this … Continue reading

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Health professionals denounce US campaign against Cuba

Oct 18 (Radio Rebelde) Cuban health collaborators in Dominica issued a statement on Friday condemning the campaign against members of the Cuban medical missions. According to Cubaminrex, members of the Cuban Health Workers Brigade in Roseau, capital of that Caribbean … Continue reading

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