Cuba Provides Health to Everyone, Mexican Specialist Says

By Reina Magdariaga Havana, Oct 19 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban health system has achieved its purpose to reach all inhabitants, Mexican dentist Francisco Cazares said in Havana, in the context of the 8th National Vision Oral Health Symposium.

In my country, we also have a good concept of the island’s progress in terms of research, and the support they give to their professors, specialists, and the people in general, Cazares, who is also a professor at the Universidad de Monterrey, in Nuevo Leon, told Prensa Latina.

An example of this is the invitation we received to participate in this event. Our aim is to show an analysis of the Scale of Dental Fear in Children, designed in the United States, but adapted to Latin America by us, he said.

As part of the bilateral collaboration, we will reflect that study in the Cuban Journal of Stomatology, which has a great impact on the scientific world, he said.

According to Cazares, that specialized publication has a great worldwide prestige, and that’s why we should collaborate.

The chronic immunoinflammatory periodontal disease (of the gums) in adolescents focused debates at the 8th National Vision Oral Health Symposium that closes in Havana Friday two days of scientific exchange between national specialists and guests from several countries.

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