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Maternal & Child Health in Cuba
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Maternal & Child Health in Cuba

Lowering Infant Mortality in Cuba

New Neonatal Weight Curves

Neurodevelopment of Low Birth Weight Babies

Predicting Adolescent Hypertension

Antiretroviral Adherence in Young Cubans

PLUS: Exclusive Interview with Cuba’s Ebola Fighters


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Artículos en Español
Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2013
Table of Contents
Women and Children First
Peer Reviewers
Peer Reviewers 2014
Meet Cuban Ebola Fighters: Interview with Félix Báez and Jorge Pérez. A MEDICC Review Exclusive
Gail Reed MS
Lowering Infant Mortality in Cuba: Fernando Domínguez MD PhD. Neonatologist, Ramón González Coro University Maternity Hospital, Havana
Conner Gorry MA
Original Research
Neurodevelopment of Very Low Birth Weight Infants in the First Two Years of Life in a Havana Tertiary Care Hospital
Gianny Cejas MD MS, et al.
New References for Neonatal Weight by Gestational Age and Sex, Holguín, Cuba
Pedro A. Martínez MD, et al.
HPLC for Confirmatory Diagnosis and Biochemical Monitoring of Cuban Patients with Hyperphenylalaninemias
Jiovanna Contreras MS, et al.
Cytomegalovirus and Herpes Simplex Infections in Mothers and Newborns in a Havana Maternity Hospital
Aimée Festary MD MS, et al.
Factors Related to Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence in Children and Adolescents with HIV/AIDS in Cuba
Marta Castro MD MS, et al.
Development of Hypertension in a Cohort of Cuban Adolescents
Marlene Ferrer MD PhD, et al.
Acute Liver Failure in Cuban Children
César E. Silverio MD, et al.
Lung Cancer Diagnostic Delay in a Havana Hospital
Joan F. Fernández de la Vega MD MS, et al.
Global Comparisons for Developing a National Dementia Registry in Cuba
José Alberto González MD
Zero in on Postpartum Hemorrhage to Reduce Cuba's Maternal Mortality
Sonia Águila MD MS
About the Contributors
About the Contributors
Cuban Research in Current International Journals
Facts & Figures
Facts & Figures
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