The guests of Sputnik tonight are Dr. Reno Sespedes, a child oncologist, head of pediatrics at the Institute of Oncology and Radiobiology, and Dr. Anabeli Estevez Garcia, a researcher at the "La Pradera" International Health Center from Havana. We talked about the famous Cuban vaccine for cancer patients.
Renowned oncologists ask how their poor countries have succeeded so far in drug research for the most dangerous diseases.
We found the results of a recent study conducted on drugs that can prolong the life of patients with pancreatic, colon, prostate, and skin cancers.
Dr. Sespedes for Sputnik also talked about revolutionary discoveries in the treatment of cancer-affected children.
We also talked about how tense political relations affected cooperation with experts from America and as long as there was talk of cooperation with Serbian doctors.
This broadcast was edited and led by Senka Milos.
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