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More than 25,000 patients have been treated by Cuban surgeons, doctors, nurses and other health specialists in Haiti, after the earthquake that destroyed this city January 12.

Around 2,000 injured reach the health centers in Port-au-Prince daily, in the outskirts and other departments, where 12 medical units in which 14 surgery teams have undertaken emergency care actions.

The Cuban health forces present in Haiti outnumber 700 people, of them 374 in the capital city who are working along with interns and Haitians on the 5th year of medical studies in Cuba and others who had already graduated from the Havana-based Latin American Medical School.

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by maracatu on Thu Jan 28th, 2010 at 01:09:01 PM EST

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