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Vision Health in Cuba

Vision Health in Cuba

Cuban Epidemic Neuropathy

Surgery for Congenital Esotropia

Special-needs Children in Cuban Education

Frontalis Sling Surgery for Congenital Ptosis

Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy

Cuban Medical Team in Haiti One Year Later


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Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
Table of Contents
Through a Cuban Lens
Peer Reviewers
Peer Reviewers 2010
Letters to the Editor
In the Eye of the Cuban Epidemic Neuropathy Storm: Rosaralis Santiesteban MD PhD, Neurology and Neurosurgery Institute
Christina Mills MD FRCPC
A Cuban NGO Perspective on Disabilities: José Blanch MD MPH, National Association of Blind Persons
Gail Reed MS
Visually-impaired Children in Havana: Challenges of Education, Rehabilitation and Inclusion
Gail Reed MS
Original Research
Results of Surgery for Congenital Esotropia
Pedro D. Castro MD, et al.
Improved Visual Acuity after Frontalis Sling Surgery for Simple Congenital Ptosis
Gustavo Rodríguez MD, et al.
Clinical and Epidemiological Profile of Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy, Isle of Youth, 2008
Heenry L. Dávila MD MPH, et al.
Introduction of Imatinib as First-line Therapy for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia in Cuba
Valia Pavón MD, et al.
Cuba’s National Clinical Trials Coordinating Center: Emergence, Evolution, and Main Results
María A. Pascual MD, et al. Revista Cubana de Farmacia.
International Cooperation Report
Haiti One Year Later: Cuban Medical Team Draws on Experience and Partnerships
Conner Gorry MA
Addressing Cuba’s Aging Population: Why Epimapping Needs to Go Local
Pedro Más MD PhD DrSc
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