Cuba and Brazil strengthen healthcare ties:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Brazilian health ministry has just completed a mission to Cuba, aimed at establishing new areas of co-operation. Regulatory issues including vigilance and increased scientific co-operation in the fields of orthopaedics, cardiology and epidemiological monitoring, are among the areas under discussion, the Brazilian health ministry has announced. The mission included representatives from the health ministry, the regulatory agency, Anvisa, and a number of eminent healthcare institutions. The two countries already have co-operation agreements in the fields of primary care and pharmaceuticals quality control.