With this weekend’s premiere of the film “Salud” (the castroite propaganda fluff piece on Cuban healthcare) at the Princeton “Human Rights” Film Festival along with the screening of same at the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, there’s no better time to expose the reality of Cuba’s lauded “free healthcare.”
Cuba Watch has put together one of the more comprehensive assesments of Cuban healthcare available which can be found in this introduction post on pdf format. It is today’s must read and the starting point of our consolidated effort to bring the realities of Cuba’s “free healthcare” to light.
Photo above from this post on Cuban “healthcare” at YucaBaby.
If you prefer visual confirmation of the healthcare sham, with tons of photographs of the state of Cuba’s “healthcare” this page at the Real Cuba is the place to go.
For much more on Cuba’s “free healthcare”, including eyewitness and personal encounters with same, check out the following:
From Blog for Cuba: If it’s so great, why doesnt fidel use it?
From 26th Parallel: You get what you pay for.
From Uncommon Sense: Not everyone in Cuba is afforded healthcare.
From Medicina Cubana: The two faces of Cuba’s healthcare.
From La Contra-revolucion, a video of a Cuban having stitches removed.
From Charlie Bravo, another personal experience, plus Michael Moore get nailed by US Treasury Department.
Ill be adding to this post all day, and below you’ll find related entries on Cuban healthcare:
Fred Thompson on Cuba’s “Healthcare”
Jorge E. Aluar, not exactly a recipient of great healthcare.
What Dengue epidemic?
Answering the “experts.”
Spreading that fantastic healthcare.
Have blood, will travel.
Aint no malpractice in Cuber!
Peter Jennings, EPD.
The floggings will continue unti morale improves.