Benerando Sevilla said that over 7 000
professionals, who have retuned to their
nations to benefit their people, have
graduated from the center, whose current
registration includes 917 youths from 52
nations, particularly from Africa, Latin
America and the Caribbean.
Amarilla, the best foreign graduate,
told PL news agency that he was proud to
have studied in Cuba because he learned
how to be an integral medical doctor
with human and solidarity values.
Amarilla said he
aspires to get back to his country and
assist poor people with professionalism
and the knowledge he received in sister
Both foreign and
Cuban students are offered the medical
courses and all school materials free of
charge as well as their food, medical
attention and lodging.
The objective of
these courses is forming
highly-qualified human resources for
Third World nations as a contribution to
their integral development.