Tonight on the radio: Cuba's new vaccine treats children with cancer


Sputnik's guests tonight are Dr. Reno Sespedes, a children's oncologist, head of pediatrics at the Institute of Oncology and Radiobiology, and Dr. Anabeli Estevez Garcia, a researcher at Havana's La Pradera International Health Center. We are talking about the famous Cuban vaccines for cancer patients.

Well-known oncologists ask how their poor country has managed to go this far in drug research for the most dangerous disease.

We have discovered the results of the latest research on drugs that can extend the lives of patients with pancreatic, colon, prostate and skin cancer.

Dr. Sespedes, of Sputnik, also speaks of a revolutionary discovery in the treatment of children with cancer.

We are also talking about how tense political relations influence cooperation with American experts and provided there are talks on cooperation with Serbian doctors.

The broadcast is edited and led by Senka Miloš.

Listen to us from 21 hours on the waves of Studio B radio, at frequencies of 99.1 megahertz and 100.8 and 105.4 megahertz or online.


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