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Cover photo: Eduardo Añé. Sarah Hernandez MD from Sacramento, California, one of 11 US graduates of the Latin American Medical School, Class of 2016.
Cover photo: Eduardo Añé. Sarah Hernandez MD from Sacramento, California, one of 11 US graduates of the Latin American Medical School, Class of 2016.

July 2016, Vol 18, No 3

Editors’ Choice

Cuba’s Approach to Clinical Trials

Controversies in Gestational Diabetes Detection

Suicide Epidemiology in Cuba

Cristian Morales, PAHO: Pathways to Universal Health

Research to Improve Disability Care in Latin America

Intersectoral Action to Delay Youth Drinking

Countering Alcohol Use as a Social Norm

Where Are the Bikes in Havana?

Saharan Dust and Human Health in Cuba


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Cobertura Universal
de Salud en Latinoamérica
Enfermedad Renal Crónica
Azota Comunidades Agrícolas
Selecciones 2015
Selecciones 2014
Selecciones 2013
Table of Contents
Much Ado about Something: Cuban Biotech
An Example of Solidarity in Universal Population Health Coverage
Charting the Course to Universal Health in the Americas: Cristian Morales PhD, PAHO/WHO Representative in Cuba
Gail Reed MS
The ABCs of Clinical Trials in Cuba
Conner Gorry MA
Original Research
Epidemiology of Suicide in Cuba, 1987-2014
Beatriz Corona-Miranda MD MS, et al.
Lessons from the Field
Improving Disability Care in Countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America
Miriam Portuondo-Sao MD PhD, et al.
An Intersectoral Intervention to Prevent Early Alcohol Use in Cuban Adolescents
Justo R. Fabelo-Roche MS PhD, et al.
Alcohol Control in Cuba: Preventing Countervailing Cultural and Mass Media Influences
Ricardo A. González-Menéndez MD PhD DrSc
Saharan Dust Effects on Human Health: A Challenge for Cuba's Researchers
Silvia J. Venero-Fernández MD MS
Controversies in Screening and Diagnosis of Gestational Diabetes: Cuba's Position
Jeddú Cruz-Hernández MD MS, et al.
Universal Health Coverage and its Conceptual Interpretation
Estela de los Angeles Gispert Abreu, et al.
Havana: A Bike-Friendly City?
Miguel Coyula March
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