Cuba and China will cooperate in the development of a therapy against different types of cancer

Cuba and China will cooperate in the development of a therapy against different types of cancer

(EFE)

The website cubadebate indicates that the agreement “will allow the research, production and development of a product for the treatment of different types of cancer”, without giving details of the preparation or the different types of cancer against which it is used.

The president of BioCubFarma, Eduardo Martínez Díaz, talks about “the introduction in China of a novel immunotherapy”.

The publication also ensures that BioCubaFarma hopes to obtain the sanitary registration of this therapy in China for its commercialization both in the Asian giant and in other countries.

The publication also ensures that BioCubaFarma hopes to obtain the sanitary registration of this therapy in China for its commercialization both in the Asian giant and in other countries.

The agreement was signed during the visit to the Changheber plant in Changchun (northeast China) by Marta Ayala, general director of the Cuban Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB), part of BioCubaFarma, and national deputy of the Island.

Cuba has a state pharmaceutical industry that in recent years has developed several outstanding products, such as the three vaccines against covid-19 (Abdala, Soberana 02 and Soberana Plus), with which it has immunized more than 90% of its population. , including children from the age of two.

Havana supplied doses of these vaccines during the pandemic to different traditional allies, such as Nicaragua, Venezuela, Iran and Vietnam. Mexico also acquired Cuban Abdala vaccines, although the process generated some controversy.

According to the Cuban authorities, the three vaccines are more than 90% effective, although none have yet been certified by the World Health Organization (WHO). This would mean a boost that could have brought interesting foreign exchange earnings to Cuba, a country that is going through a serious economic crisis.

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