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Gender & Health in Cuba
Thanks to the PAHO/WHO office in Cuba for permission to use this drawing, which placed third in its 2011 art competition on the theme of gender and health. Art by Rogelio J. Odales Collado, 12 years, Havana.

Gender & Health in Cuba

Mariela Castro: Revolutionizing Gender in Cuba

Right to Health Care for Transsexual People

Breast Cancer Testimony

Cuban TV Serials Stir Social Debate

Profile of Cuban Women Olympic Volleyball Champions


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Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
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Table of Contents
Gender & Health: Towards a Consensus on Rights, Policy and Public Opinion
Letters to the Editor
Revolutionizing Gender: Mariela Castro MS, Director, National Sex Education Center, Cuba
Gail Reed MS
Special Article
Speaking from Experience: Today’s Cuban Women and Breast Cancer
Marta Núñez MS PhD
Original Research
Hormone Profile of Menopausal Women in Havana
Daysi Navarro MD PhD, et al.
Kinanthropometric Profile of Cuban Women Olympic Volleyball Champions
Wiliam Carvajal MS, et al.
Cross-Modal Plasticity in Cuban Visually-Impaired Child Cochlear Implant Candidates: Topography of Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
Lidia E. Charroó-Ruíz MD MS, et al.
Lessons from the Field
Mental Health of Primary Caregivers for Children and Adolescents with HIV/AIDS in Cuba
Yasel Santiesteban, et al.
The Right to Health Care for Transsexual People in Cuba
Alberto Roque MD and R. Mayra Rodríguez MS
Incorporating a Gender Perspective into Cuba’s Health System: Realities and Challenges
Leticia Artiles MS PhD
Thirty Years after the Cuban Hemorrhagic Dengue Epidemic of 1981
María G. Guzmán MD PhD DrSc
High Time: Cuban TV Serials Spur Debate on Sensitive Social Issues
Dixie E. Trinquete MS
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