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Health care in Cuba

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Health care in Cuba is substandard, compared to the industrialized West, although liberals have for decades promoted Cuban health care as a "model" that outstrips even the United States. It is a ludicrous claim, considering how many times top Cuban officials have gone abroad to seek medical treatment or brought in foreign experts.

Cuba "reserves its medical institutions for capitalist dollars."[1]


  1. Hilda Molina in Buenos Aires By Alvaro Vargas Llosa - September 23, 2009