A group of ten Cubans over 100 years of age met with scientists from all medical specialties who are participating in the 15th International Seminar on Longevity.
A walk for life was the opening act on Tuesday for the 15th international Longevity Seminar slated to run from April 17 through 20 in Havana.
In order to bring more health services to the population and improve the quality of benefits, some medical appointments will be given to people in need of Nuclear Medicine studies of thyroid function T3, T4 and TSH by indication of the endocrine and two clinicians, which designates the medical assistance of each health areas.
One of the sector's key achievements has been to maintain an infant mortality rate below five per 1,000 live births for the last 10 years. In 2017, the country achieved a rate of 4.0; proof of its continued efforts to consolidate maternal-infant statistics, to the benefit of Cuban children and families