Views Read Edit View history. Bush created the Cuban Medical Professional Parole program,  specifically targeting Cuban medical personnel and encouraging them to defect when they are working in a country outside of Cuba. They were prevented from doing so by two Zimbabwean soldiers, who handed them over to Cuban officials. In Honduras the medical personnel had a substantial impact: "In the areas they served, infant mortality rates were reduced from The programme was initiated in as part of Cuba's foreign policy of supporting anti-colonial struggles. In JunePrensa Latina reported that Cuban doctors had "inaugurated a series of new health services in Tuvalu". In the s, Cuba began establishing or strengthening relations with Pacific Island countries, and providing medical aid to those countries.
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Garrett concludes that if politicians do not take great care, lifting of the restrictions would rob Cuba of its greatest triumph. Bush created the Cuban Medical Professional Parole program,  specifically targeting Cuban medical personnel and encouraging them to defect when they are working in a country outside of Cuba.
They had reportedly "attended 3, patients, and saved 53 lives", having "opened ultrasound and abortion services, as well as specialized consultations on hypertension, diabetes, and chronic diseases in children". By providing preferential treatment to Cuban medical personnel, the medical parole program contradicts those efforts, and risks harming the Cuban people.
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|Retrieved 19 January Cuba's largest and most extensive medical aid effort is with Venezuela. There were 45 men and ten women. Lincoln Diaz-Balart. As of Septemberfifteen Cuban doctors were serving in Kiribati, sixty-four Pacific students were studying medicine in Cuba, and Cuban authorities were offering "up to scholarships to young people of that region".|
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In JunePrensa Latina reported that Cuban doctors had "inaugurated a series of new health services in Tuvalu". Cuban medical missions were sent to HondurasGuatemala and Haiti following 's Hurricane Mitch and Hurricane Georgesand remained there semi-permanently.