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Cover photo: CG Rodero. Courtesy The Atlantic Philanthropies. Dr Ramón Villamil (l.) and his team perform a biliary tract reconstruction in Havana.
Cover photo: CG Rodero. Courtesy The Atlantic Philanthropies. Dr Ramón Villamil (l.) and his team perform a biliary tract reconstruction in Havana.

January–April 2016, Vol 18, No 1–2

Editors’ Choice

Renal Damage in Rural Salvadoran Children

Cuba vs. Zika:  All Hands on Deck

Survival Rates of Cuban Tuberculosis Patients


Organ Transplantation in Cuba

Cuban Biotech’s Contribution to
Cervical Cancer Screening

Low-cost Alternatives to Find Silent
Brain Damage from Hypertension

Metabolic Syndrome Risk Factors in Holguín, Cuba

Scientific Innovation  in a Cuban Hospital

Urinary Incontinence  in Older Jamaican Adults

 

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Table of Contents

ARTICULOS DISPONIBLES EN ESPAÑOL

Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
Table of Contents
Editorial
The Times They are A-Changin’
Peer Reviewers
Peer Reviewers 2015
Feature
Cuba Confronts Zika: All Hands on Deck
Conner Gorry MA
Organ Donation & Transplants in Cuba: Promising Results, Challenges Ahead
Gail A. Reed MS
Original Research
Chronic Kidney Disease in Children and Adolescents in Salvadoran Farming Communities: NefroSalva Pediatric Study (2009–2011)
Carlos M. Orantes-Navarro MD, et al.
Survival of Cuban Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis (2009–2010)
Alina Martínez-Rodríguez MS, et al.
Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome Risk Factors in Adults in Holguín, Cuba (2004–2013)
Pedro E. Miguel-Soca MD MS, et al.
A Scientific and Technological Innovation System in a Cuban Hospital (2000–2014)
Víctor René Navarro-Machado MD PhD, et al.
Prevalence of Self-reported Urinary Incontinence in Community-dwelling Older Adults of Westmoreland, Jamaica
Otaniyenuwa Asemota MD, et al.
Review Article
Blood-Based Biomarkers Could Help Identify Subclinical Brain Damage Caused by Arterial Hypertension
Alina González-Quevedo MD PhD, et al.
Perspective
Cervical Cancer Control: Potential Benefits from Intersectoral Action between Biotechnology and Public Health
Rebeca S. González-Fernández MD MS and Alejandro González-Fernández MD MS
Reprints
Implementing Population Health and Social Determinants Approaches in Cuba
Nivaldo Linares MD MS PhD
Fertility, GDP and Average Real Wage in Cuba
Juan Carlos Albizu-Campos PhD
Viewpoint
Solidarity in All Health Policies
Nino Pagliccia MSc
US–Cuba Health Cooperation: Time to Leverage Easier Access to Cuban Health Innovations
Pierre M. LaRamée MA PhD
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