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Cuba and China to Expand Bilateral Cooperation in Biotechnology

Cuba and China to Expand Bilateral Cooperation in Biotechnology

Representatives of the Cuban and Chinese biotechnology sectors are gathering June 29 and 30 in Havana to review bilateral cooperation accords in force over the past two years and to sign new protocols for the development of the scientific field.

Cuba and China to Expand Agreements in Biotechnology

Cuba and China to Expand Agreements in Biotechnology

The 8th Meeting of the Cuba-China Biotechnology Joint Working Group will be held on June 29 and 30 at the capital's Melia Habana Hotel, with the purpose of reviewing the development of the agreements of the two previous years.

FM of Singapore Shows Interest in Cuban Medicine and Technology

FM of Singapore Shows Interest in Cuban Medicine and Technology

Singapore's Foreign Minister (FM) Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam, highlighted in the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba on Tuesday the island's development in Medicine, science and technology, prospects of cooperation he explores during his official visit to Cuba.

Laos looks for Cuban cooperation in Biotechnology

Laos looks for Cuban cooperation in Biotechnology

Laos´ deputy Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith expressed in Havana his country´s interest in expanding cooperation with Cuba in the biotechnology sector.

Liberian president thanks Cuban doctors

Liberian president thanks Cuban doctors

Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf thanked the Cuban doctors by their fight against Ebola during a meeting with Cuban VP Salvador Valdes.

Cuban Expert Alerts on Cholera Threat in Latin America

Cuban expert with the National Hygiene and Epidemiological Institute Maria Isabel Rodriguez triggered an alert on Thursday about the prevalence of Cholera in Latin America, a disease she described as very old but re-emergent.

Cuban Medical Brigade Returns from Chile

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The Cuban medical brigade that offered its services in Chile following the heavy rains that hit the northern area of Atacama in late April has returned home.

Cuban health tourism center expands services

Cuban health tourism center expands services

The Havana-based Cira Garcia health center, offering services to foreigners, is expanding services to compete with other similar centers in The Americas.

Smoking habit affects life expectancy in Cuba

The smoking habit is considered to be the non-genetic disease that most affects life expectancy in Cuba, said an epidemiologist on Thursday.

Cuban doctors treat thousands of Nepalese quake-victims

Cuban doctors treat thousands of Nepalese quake-victims

The Cuban medical brigade sent to Nepal after several major earthquakes hit that Asian nation have seen over 1000 patients including some needing surgeries, brigade members informed on Twitter.

Cuban Orthopedists Honored in Mexico

Eminent Cuban specialists and professors Alfredo Ceballos and Rodrigo Alvarez Cambras were presented with awards by the Association of Orthopedics and of Mazatlan in Sinaloa, Mexico.

Cuban and Mexican Professionals Exchange Experiences on Nursing

Cuban and Mexican Professionals Exchange Experiences on Nursing

The assimilation of Cuban experiences in caring for newborns, seriously ill patients and the elderly to contribute to better health care in Mexico is the goal of a meeting of nurses taking place in the city of Camaguey.

Cubans to begin earthquake preparedness drills

Cubans to begin earthquake preparedness drills

As part of preparations to face possible quakes, Cubans launched the Sismo 2005 exercise, aimed at strengthening capacities against high-intensity earth and sea quakes.

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