Director of medical school in Costa Rica claims medical graduates from cuba, serious deficiencies

Posted on August 25, 2012 • Filed under: Costa Rica, Cuba, Latin America Health

The director of the School of Medicine of the University of Costa Rica
(UCR), Ricardo Cordero Boza, said doctors with college
Latin American School of Medicine in Cuba (ELAM), have “serious
deficiencies “in their education, reports the Costa Rican
El País. Boza Lamb gave a press conference after 26 doctors
Island graduates approval to conduct a review to
practice in Costa Rica. Read Article

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