martes, 8 de noviembre de 2016

The Promise of a Strong U.S.-Cuba Health Partnership

Dept. of Health & Human Services

The Promise of a Strong U.S.-Cuba Health Partnership

Earlier this year, President Obama laid out the Administration’s vision for a new relationship with Cuba – one built on cooperation and collaboration on the interests we share. Two weeks ago, I visited Havana to further that vision and lay the groundwork for partnership on specific health priorities.
At a clinic in Havana, I learned about the improvements doctors have implemented to increase life expectancy and lower the infant mortality rate. I heard about the advances Cuban scientists are making in neurological research. And I spent time with health care providers who shared some of their best strategies for caring for patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
On a tour of Policlinico Docente Vedado, a primary care clinic in Havana, Cuba.
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