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BioHabana 2024 / "Science for a Healthy Life".

BioHabana 2024 is the second edition of this scientific and business event. Innovation in Health requires the interconnection of innovation ecosystems at a global level.

The internationalization of R&D&I activity and the globalization of high-tech companies is a worldwide trend in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical technology sectors. BioHabana 2024 will be a space for building collaborative networks among scientists, opinion leaders, entrepreneurs and businessmen.

Pakistani press highlights Cuba's support to the Palestinian cause.

Islamabad, March 8, 2024 _The extensive daily coverage that the Pakistani press is giving to the Israeli invasion against Gaza has reserved several spaces this week to highlight Cuba's support to the cause of the Palestinian people.

Some of the most important media of the country, such as Dawn, The Daily Jang, The News and the Daily Intekhab echoed the popular rally held last Sunday, March 3, in front of the US embassy in Havana, highlighting the large participation of young Cubans and other nationalities in it.

Pakistani health minister receives Cuban ambassador.

Health Minister of Pakistan

Islamabad, October 4, 2023 _Pakistan's Federal Minister of Health, Dr. Nadeem Jan, received today the Cuban Ambassador Zéner Caro, in a meeting that both parties agreed to describe as friendly and fruitful.

In agreeing on the need to increase bilateral cooperation, Dr. Nadeem praised Cuba's performance in the area of public health and commented on his government's most recent initiatives, such as the future establishment of a pharmaceutical park that will improve the country's capacity to be self-sufficient in most basic medicines.

Pakistani doctors graduated in Cuba: an example of achievement and altruism

Especialistas pakistaníes

Islamabad, August 30, 2023._ Adnan Qasim is a neurosurgeon in Dera Ghazi Khan, a city of 400,000 inhabitants in southeastern Punjab. Jamal Nasir, a surgeon in a clinic in his native Jhelum, about 120 kilometers from Islamabad. Akram Asi, a cardiologist, likes to be called Carlos. Dr. Rabia, a gynecologist, is a consultant at two hospitals in Islamabad. They all have something in common: they are graduates of the Latin American School of Medicine in Cuba.

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