Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba (MEDICC) Launches Blog with Haiti Dispatches

Posted on March 3, 2010




MEDICC launches its official blog with Haiti dispatches
Senior editor Conner Gorry reports on the 200+ doctors from 24 countries, all graduates of Cuba’s Latin American Medical School, volunteering on the front lines.
You can link to MEDICC’s blog at:
We will also feature other voices from Haiti, with guest bloggers in the future.




Medical Education Cooperation with Cuba (MEDICC) is a non-profit organization working to enhance cooperation among the US, Cuban and global health communities aimed at better health outcomes. Founded in 1997, our experience has taught us that health care in the United States and developing countries alike – especially for underserved populations – can be informed by Cuba’s singular and evolving health practices, research and policies.  We see that the US experience in medicine and medical research can also inform practice in Cuba and the developing world.  Above all, we believe that such cooperation is urgently needed to radically improve global health and achieve the birthright of health for all worldwide.


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MEDICC supports education and development of human resources in health committed to equitable access and quality care, providing the Cuban experience to inform global debate, practice, policies and cooperation in health.

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