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Scientific articles from Cuban authors and some results of research conducted under the Program.
Cuban professionals have presented results on the treatment on patients affected by radiation in many international events.
About the history of Tarara
The history of the town of Tarara dates back to colonial times, in the 16th century, when its royal lands began to be exploited with native labor working in the copper mines. Ever since then, at the bugle call of Spanish sentries overseeing the shipping of ore on the beach, now called El Cobre (Copper), the native Indians gave both the river and the area the name of Tarara, a name that was to survive throughout the centuries. (…)
To be continued…
Taken from the article "Tarará, la gran transformación de un pequeño pueblo” (Tarara, the great transformation of a small town), Architectura y Urbanismo (Architecture and Urbanization), Vol. XXII, No. 3/2001
This site is a joint effort of the National Medical Sciences Information Center (Infomed) and Tarará Paediatric Hospital, both of which are part of the Cuban National Health System. Site opened on 1 June 2009.
An event marking the 20th Anniversary of the "Chernobyl Children" Cuban Health Care Program will open on 24 February in the city of Tarará.
Celebration in Ukraine to mark the 20th aniversary of the cuban program of medical care to chernobyl children
“Over 24 000 people, 20 423 of whom were children, have been treated in Cuba as part of the comprehensive medical care program that our country implemented to rehabilitate those persons affected by the accident (…)”. More
When THANKS are written with capital letter
“In life, there are moments at which words do not reach to express what one feels. They are pale, little significant, and due to its daily use they are pronounced almost by inertia. How many times a day we pronounce the word `thank you'? Perhaps tens of times. But it comes to this country doctors, nurses, health workers, those `thank you' must be in capital letters”.
Articles published in Granma newspaper on the Cuban Humanitarian Program
to assist children affected by Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Several Cuban websites offer you the chance to become acquainted with a beautiful island adored by all and unknown by many.
Psoriasis is a chronic, non-contagious autoimmune disease which affects the skin and joints. It commonly causes red scaly patches to appear on the skin.
The cause of psoriasis is not known, but it is believed to have a genetic component. Factors that may aggravate psoriasis include stress, withdrawal of systemic corticosteroid, excessive alcohol consumption, and smoking.
Psoriasis affects both sexes equally and can occur at any age, although it most commonly appears for the first time between the ages of 15 and 25 years.
It was during the 20th century that psoriasis was further differentiated into specific types.
-Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
-Placenterhistoterapy used in children from Chernobyl
19 May 2009
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