Hits: 462 Created on 23 October 2014 Written by Bru Pearce Category: HEALTH NEWS
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MOUNT HARTMAN MEDICAL PARK

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St. George -- Attached is an electronic copy of the brochure relating to the Mount Hartman Medical Park project in Grenada that we took to the World Medical Tourism Congress in Washington DC in September. We thought it was worth giving this a broad circulation and I'm using it as an excuse to keep you up to date with our activities and to solicit feedback and expressions of interest.

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Hits: 206 Created on 21 October 2014 Written by RAÚL CASTRO RUZ Category: HEALTH NEWS
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KEY ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE STATE COUNCIL AND THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS OF CUBA AT THE SPECIAL ALBA-TCP SUMMIT ON EBOLA

Esteemed heads of State and Government, and chiefs of delegations;

His Excellency Mr. David Nabarro, Special Envoy of the UN Secretary General;

Her Excellency Mrs. Clarisse Etienne, Director of the Pan American Health Organization;

His Excellency Mr. Didacus Jules, Director General of the Organization of East Caribbean States

We welcome you to our country on the occasion of this Special ALBA Summit on Ebola convened on the initiative of President Maduro.

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Hits: 410 Created on 17 October 2014 Written by Carib journal Category: HEALTH NEWS
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CARIBBEAN BEGINS BANNING VISITORS FROM EBOLA-AFFECTED COUNTRIES IN AFRICA

A growing number of Caribbean countries are moving to prohibit incoming travel from Ebola-affected countries including Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

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Hits: 195 Created on 20 October 2014 Written by Ray O'Keiffe Category: HEALTH NEWS
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OECS POISED TO TAKE A HARMONIZED APPROACH TO MANAGING CHIKUNGUNYA AND EBOLA

OECS Commission, Castries - The 1st Council of OECS Health Ministers meeting held on Thursday 16th October 2014, in Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines, identified Chikungunya and Ebola as the most urgent public health priorities facing the region at this time. Given the actual and potential socio-economic impact of both diseases to the people across the region and the economies of our tourism dependent countries, ministers present appreciated the need to be proactive in responding to the spread and impact of Chikungunya and the threat of Ebola.

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Hits: 322 Created on 15 October 2014 Written by worldwidereach Category: HEALTH NEWS
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EBOLA AWARENESS
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