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Humberto Fontova: A Lesson on Cuba's Healthcare for Bill de Blasio

There are 4 comments on the Townhall story from Oct 11, 2013, titled Humberto Fontova: A Lesson on Cuba's Healthcare for Bill de Blasio. In it, Townhall reports that:

"I have a huge critique of the current government there because it's undemocratic," snapped de Bill de Blasio to a Cuban-American radio interviewer two weeks ago.

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Dr Lifshiftz

Newton, NJ

#1 Oct 11, 2013
Read on!
Dr Lifshiftz

Newton, NJ

#2 Oct 11, 2013
In April 2001, Dr. Juan Felipe García, MD, of Jacksonville, Fla., interviewed several recent doctor defectors from Cuba. Based on what he heard, he reported the following:
"The official Cuban infant-mortality figure is a farce. Cuban pediatricians constantly falsify figures for the regime. If an infant dies during its first year, the doctors often report he was older. Otherwise, such lapses could cost him severe penalties and his job."
More interesting (and tragic) still, the maternal mortality rate in Cuba is almost four times that of the U.S. rate (33 versus 8.4 per 1,000). Peculiar how so many mothers die during childbirth in Cuba, and how many one- to four-year-olds perish -- while from birth to one year old (the period during which they qualify in UN statistics as infants) they're perfectly healthy!
This might lead a few people to question Cuba's official infant-mortality figures. But such people would not get a Havana bureau for their news agency (CNN, NBC, ABC, etc.) or get access to the Stalinist regime’s “medical experts.”
CUBA has equalized healthcare by giving less to all. In otherwords, it's free, but not available, so you don't get any, but they can brag that its free. ALL BOGUS, MY FRIENDS!

“CUBA Y PUERTO RICO HERMANOS”

Since: Dec 06

Marco Island,Florida

#3 Oct 11, 2013
Dr Lifshiftz wrote:
In April 2001, Dr. Juan Felipe García, MD, of Jacksonville, Fla., interviewed several recent doctor defectors from Cuba. Based on what he heard, he reported the following:
"The official Cuban infant-mortality figure is a farce. Cuban pediatricians constantly falsify figures for the regime. If an infant dies during its first year, the doctors often report he was older. Otherwise, such lapses could cost him severe penalties and his job."
More interesting (and tragic) still, the maternal mortality rate in Cuba is almost four times that of the U.S. rate (33 versus 8.4 per 1,000). Peculiar how so many mothers die during childbirth in Cuba, and how many one- to four-year-olds perish -- while from birth to one year old (the period during which they qualify in UN statistics as infants) they're perfectly healthy!
This might lead a few people to question Cuba's official infant-mortality figures. But such people would not get a Havana bureau for their news agency (CNN, NBC, ABC, etc.) or get access to the Stalinist regime’s “medical experts.”
CUBA has equalized healthcare by giving less to all. In otherwords, it's free, but not available, so you don't get any, but they can brag that its free. ALL BOGUS, MY FRIENDS!
An ete-opening post.Thank you!!!!!

“CUBA Y PUERTO RICO HERMANOS”

Since: Dec 06

Marco Island,Florida

#4 Oct 11, 2013
Dr Lifshiftz wrote:
In April 2001, Dr. Juan Felipe García, MD, of Jacksonville, Fla., interviewed several recent doctor defectors from Cuba. Based on what he heard, he reported the following:
"The official Cuban infant-mortality figure is a farce. Cuban pediatricians constantly falsify figures for the regime. If an infant dies during its first year, the doctors often report he was older. Otherwise, such lapses could cost him severe penalties and his job."
More interesting (and tragic) still, the maternal mortality rate in Cuba is almost four times that of the U.S. rate (33 versus 8.4 per 1,000). Peculiar how so many mothers die during childbirth in Cuba, and how many one- to four-year-olds perish -- while from birth to one year old (the period during which they qualify in UN statistics as infants) they're perfectly healthy!
This might lead a few people to question Cuba's official infant-mortality figures. But such people would not get a Havana bureau for their news agency (CNN, NBC, ABC, etc.) or get access to the Stalinist regime’s “medical experts.”
CUBA has equalized healthcare by giving less to all. In otherwords, it's free, but not available, so you don't get any, but they can brag that its free. ALL BOGUS, MY FRIENDS!
An eye-opening post.Thank you!!!!!

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