Las Tunas celebrates the International Nursing Day

With the certainty that Nursing is one of the noblest professions, 4, 258 workers of this branch carry out a day of celebration for their International Day, next May 12.

Cuba is preparing for an eventual outbreak of acute infantile hepatitis of unknown originCuba is preparing for an eventual outbreak of acute infantile hepatitis of unknown origin, Director of Hygiene and Epidemiology at the Ministry of Public Health, Dr.Francisco Durán, revealed on Monday.

Health workers lead 2022 May Day parade in Las Tunas

More than 21,000 members of the Health sector lead the 2022 May Day parade, on International Workers' Day, in fair recognition of the consecration and delivery of that great “army in white coats” during the confrontation with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for nearly 10 million deaths

A balance on the alternatives in the fight against cancer was developed by the oncologists of Las Tunas during a Workshop held on February 4, a date dedicated to the fight against the disease.

Las Tunas closed the year with an infant mortality rate of 8.7 per thousand live births

Efforts were not enough during 2021 to maintain the results of the Maternal and Child Care Program, or at least that is what the numbers show, which serve to quantify that the vulnerable points continue to be, more or less, the same as they have been for several calendars. But this time marked by a pandemic that has disrupted all the scenarios of life, monopolizing the protagonism of the processes, both in Primary Health Care and in hospitals.