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Changing Policy, Changing Minds

Changing Policy, Changing Minds

Approaches to Stem Cell Research in Cuba

Transforming Transgender Health and Policies

A Developing a Broader Framework for Defining Alcohol Harm

Havana: Prepared for an Aging Population?

Cuba’s Kidney Transplantation Program

Screening for Chronic-disease Vascular Damage: Consciousness & Brain Death


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Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
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Challenging the Boundaries of Science and Society
Policy & Practice
Transgender Health in Cuba: Evolving Policy to Impact Practice
Conner Gorry MA
Generating Potential for Regenerative Medicine in Cuba: Porfirio Hernández MD DrSc. National Regenerative Medicine Group, Cuban Ministry of Public Health
Kathleen Vickery MA
Special Article
Priority Setting in Health Research in Cuba, 2010
Mayra Alvarez MS, et al.
Original Research
Albuminuria as a Marker of Kidney and Cardio-cerebral Vascular Damage. Isle of Youth Study (ISYS), Cuba
Raúl Herrera MD PhD DrSc, et al.
Havana: Aging in an Aging City
Miguel Coyula MArch
Alcohol Harm: Beyond the Body to the Body Politic
Ricardo González MD PhD DrSc
Cuba’s Kidney Transplantation Program
Alexander Mármol MD MS, et al. Revista Cubana de Medicina
Describing Life to Define Death: A Cuban Perspective
Calixto Machado MD PhD DrSc
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