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Known for its comprehensive and high-quality medical services to both its citizens and international patients, Cuba has long been recognized as a notable international destination for medical treatment. Among these services, access to abortion is notable for its availability, safety, and integration within the broader healthcare framework. Abortion on request during the first 20 weeks...

Cuba, a vibrant island nation nestled in the Caribbean, is celebrated for its rich history, culture, and natural beauty. Yet, beyond its picturesque landscapes and lively music, Cuba boasts an impressive legacy of medical success dating back to 1726. Over the centuries, Cuba has consistently demonstrated a commitment to healthcare excellence, setting an example for...

[bt_section][bt_row][bt_column width=”2/3″][bt_text] In a significant boost to South Africa’s public health sector, over 450 medical students who studied in Cuba under the Nelson Mandela/Fidel Castro Medical Collaboration Programme have graduated and are set to serve in disadvantaged communities. However, the move has sparked controversy due to the large number of locally trained doctors still awaiting...

When it comes to comprehensive healthcare education, few institutions around the world rival the University of Havana, particularly its renowned University of Medical Sciences. From its historical impact to its modern-day advances, this esteemed university provides a leading platform for medical and health science education, combining innovative learning methods with a deeply rooted sense of...

Melagenina Plus is a product that has been developed and is mainly distributed in Cuba for the treatment of vitiligo. It’s an ointment that, when applied to the skin, is believed to stimulate the production of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color. What is Vitiligo?  Vitiligo is a skin condition that causes the loss...

On May 23, Tuesday, Cuba marked the 60th anniversary of its global health assistance initiative, a program that has extended its solidarity to countries worldwide. This initiative officially commenced on the same date in 1963, when Cuba dispatched its inaugural medical brigade to Algeria, freshly freed from French rule, as France had withdrawn its medical...

If you’re looking to study medicine in Cuba, you have come to the right place. Cuba has a world-renowned medical education system that has trained thousands of doctors who now work in countries around the globe. In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of studying medicine in Cuba, the admission requirements, and what you can...

I had read about the pediatrician who was part of the brigade of 32 healthcare professionals who traveled to Turkey on February 11th to provide medical assistance to those affected by the violent earthquake that struck that country and Syria earlier that month. It was not difficult to identify her among her companions, not only...

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