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Continuing Educational Activities in Bioethics Can Improve Public Health Systems


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All countries wants to meet the health and medical needs of their populations without bankrupting themselves or draining resources that serve other human needs and purposes. This comment is particularly important in Cuba because the Ministry of Public Health make deep effort to reach those goals facing a context characterized by privation of economic resources. 

19 Apr, 2016
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e-Published: 28 Apr, 2016


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Conjoined Twins: Bioethics, Medicine and the Law

Clinicians managing conjoined twins find themselves at a crossroad where bioethics, medicine and law converge.
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e-Published: 06 Feb, 2014
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