President of Guyana persists in seeking cure for his cancer in Cuba

From our Bureau of Foolish Consistencies and Extremely Bad Choices

An update: Guyana’s president David Granger is shuttling back and forth from Castrogonia — just as his neighbor Hugo Chavez did — hoping that Castro, Inc.’s abysmally poor medical system and its incompetent doctors can heal his lymphoma.

Poor man.  He is doomed.

Doesn’t he know that Fidel Castro insisted on importing European doctors for his medical care?

CIMEQ

From St. Lucia News

President David Granger is on Tuesday expected to leave for Cuba for another round of chemotherapy at the Centro de Investigaciones Médico Quirúrgicas (CIMEQ) in Havana, Cuba.

This is his fourth medical visit for treatment since November 2018, when he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, a type of cancer which envelopes the lymphatic system.

The head of State is expected to spend one week in the Spanish-speaking country.

On October 30, 2018, the President and First Lady Sandra Granger travelled to Cuba to facilitate his undergoing medical tests after he complained of feeling unwell. Days later, he was diagnosed with this disease, which spans across the lymphatic system.

whole story HERE

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2 thoughts on “President of Guyana persists in seeking cure for his cancer in Cuba”

  1. Plenty of sophisticated first-world people buy the myth of Castrogonia’s medical prowess. Granger has a far better excuse.

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