More than 100 experts of Cuba and Brazil will exchange experiences on the recombinant human erythropoietin, a biotechnological medicine of high efficiency in the treatment of anemia associated to different types of diseases.
Following a month of calm, the current hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean has gained momentum with the formation of tropical storms Fay and Gonzalo, according to weather reports.
Ecuadorian Economic and Social Inclusion minister Betty Tola and Cuban deputy Education minister Irene Rivero signed a bilateral cooperation accord in the capital Quito in the areas of attention to the disabled and child development.
Researchers presented in this city artificial intelligence applications developed in Cuba and used in different branches of the economy, at the opening of the 12th National Congress of Pattern Recognition, which will end tomorrow.
The newspaper The Washington Post has recently published an article on Cuba's medical response to the outbreak of the Ebola fever virus in Africa, entitled "In the medical response to Ebola, Cuba is punching far above its weight." Up next we bring you excerpts of that publication.
Specialists from different organizations will meet today at Amigos del Pais Economic Society, in this city, to analyze the situation of agricultural soils in Cuba and their impact on people feeding.
The minister of China´s Food and Drugs Administration (CFDA, Zhang Yong visited on Monday Havana´s Center for the State Control of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Equipment (CECMED) in a further action to strengthen bilateral cooperation relations in the health and biotechnology sectors.
Over 600 experts from 21 countries including Cuba are taking part at the International Congress of the Pharmaceutical Laboratories Entrepreneurial Group Labiofam, underway at Havana's Conventions Center.
The results of the campaign to eradicate malaria in West African countries will be showcased at Labiofam 2014 International Congress, which kick off in this city today with representatives from several countries.
Cuba is currently building in the Argentinean city of Cordoba an eye-treatment hospital to train young doctors as part of a cooperation project with the A Better World is Possible Foundation.
More than 30 world leaders in diabetes have already confirmed their attendance to the International Congress "Controlling Diabetes and its Most Severe Complications," to be held in Cuba on December 10-12.
Cuban deputy foreign minister Avelardo Moreno reiterated at the UN Security Council the island's determination to cooperate with international efforts to fight Ebola in western and central Africa.
Over 270 papers will be presented at the 25th International Congress on Orthopedics, to be held in the city of Trinidad, in Sancti Spiritus province, from September 22nd through the 27th.
The recent decision of Cuba to send 165 health workers to Africa to fight Ebola made headlines and was the object of newspaper columns in Saudi and Egyptian media outlets.
Cuba will join a global effort coordinated by the World Health Organization (WHO) to fight Ebola in Western Africa by sending 165 health professionals, the island's Health Minister Roberto Morales announced in Geneva.