New Embassies Open Door to Cuba's Health Care Triumphs | ABC News

| July 02, 2015


“Even with U.S. sanctions against Cuba, the nation managed to develop one of the best health care systems in the region. Minister Morales cited a focus on primary care and inter-sector cooperation as the catalysts. … The country has one family doctor for every 1,095 inhabitants. The success Cuba achieved with HIV and congenital syphilis is a product of this strong primary care.” Full story here. Also see: Cuba first to ​end mother-to-child transmission of HIV, an important victory in fight against AIDS | Washington Post


“Even with U.S. sanctions against Cuba, the nation managed to develop one of the best health care systems in the region. Minister Morales cited a focus on primary care and inter-sector cooperation as the catalysts. … The country has one family doctor for every 1,095 inhabitants. The success Cuba achieved with HIV and congenital syphilis is a product of this strong primary care.” Full story here. Also see: Cuba first to ​end mother-to-child transmission of HIV, an important victory in fight against AIDS | Washington Post

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