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Over 81,000 Diabetes Patients Treated with Heberprot-P

More than 81,000 diabetes patients from some 20 countries have been treated with Heberprot-P, a medicine developed by Cuba, considered as the only alternative to prevent amputation of limbs in people with terminal diabetic injuries. Read More

Cuba will study the effect of radio waves on health, climate and earthquakes

Cuban scientists are working together with specialists from the Autonomous University of Mexico to foster research on the effects of low frequencies, generated in the planet's spectrum, called Schumann resonance (SR). Read More

Fidel Castro: Food and Wholesome Jobs

The conditions have been created for the country to start the mass <br /> production of moringa oleifera and mulberry, which are inexhaustible <br /> sources of meat; milk and eggs Read More

Cuba’s Advances in Neurosciences, Acknowledged

Doctor Pedro A. Valdes, deputy director of Cuba’s Center of Neurosciences, has been appointed member of the executive council of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), at the congress of that entity held in Beijing. Read More

Cuba is still searching for black gold

The floating rig now moves west to drill an exploratory well for Petronas, the state-run oil company of Malaysia, which is in partnership with Russia. Read More

UNESCO Official to Attend Havana Meeting on Management of Historical Centers

The event is scheduled for May 15-18 and was organized by the Havana Historian’s Office along with UNESCO’s Regional Culture Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Read More

Center under Construction for Scorpion Management for Health Purposes

The installation, under management of the Pharmaceutical and Chemical Production Center, LABIOFAM, will provide dwellings to over 20 000 scorpions, almost four-fold the current amount in captivity in the province of Granma. Read More

Cuban Experts Help in the Protection of Amphibians in the Caribbean

Cuban scientists are collaborating with Caribbean countries in the protection of amphibians, mainly those endangered species Read More

CIMAB S.A., 20 Years in Cuban Biotechnology

With more than 80 sanitary registrations and export operations in nearly 30 countries, the Cuban Commercial Company CIMAB S.A., an exclusive representative of the Immunology Molecular Center (CIM), is marking 20 years of work. Read More

Cienfuegos combat climate change

Cienfuegos experts presented a project called scenarios of danger and vulnerability with which they intend to tackle climate change and sea level rise that is forecast for the years 2050 and 2100. Read More

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