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November 5, 2012 More than 53,000 Venezuelans have received free health care for chronic diseases in Cuba thanks to a bilateral agreement signed between the two Latin American nations that has increased social services and improved the quality of life for residents of the South American country.
August 24, 2006 ... few months. As for Felix, he has learned to live with his disease and takes insulin twice a day. Only his eyes are ...
July 22, 2021 The UN rapporteurs urged Washington to take responsibility for human rights violations and allow cancer patients' treatment.
January 4, 2008 Back in 1999, the new Venezuelan administration wasn't viewed as unfriendly, only unknown. And the US tobacco industry had plenty to gain from friendly relations: the country, along with a bevy of others, was suing the industry for tobacco-related healthcare expenses, and stood to lose should Venezuela ramp up its cigarette taxes, heighten its anti-smuggling efforts or spearhead public health campaigns.