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Cuba reorganizes family doctor program

<p>A doctor talks to medical students while making their rounds in a hospital in Havana in this January 23, 2008 file photo. President Raul Castro's government has begun to reorganize Cuba's family doctor program, a pillar of the communist country's universal free health care system, in response to public complaints. Picture taken January 23, 2008 REUTERS/Claudia Daut</p>

A doctor talks to medical students while making their rounds in a hospital in Havana in this January 23, 2008 file photo. President Raul Castro's government has begun to reorganize Cuba's family doctor program, a pillar of the communist country's...more

A doctor talks to medical students while making their rounds in a hospital in Havana in this January 23, 2008 file photo. President Raul Castro's government has begun to reorganize Cuba's family doctor program, a pillar of the communist country's universal free health care system, in response to public complaints. Picture taken January 23, 2008 REUTERS/Claudia Daut

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<p>Raul Castro, who has been running Cuba since his brother Fidel was sidelined by illness 19 months ago, gestures during a meeting of the National Assembly in Havana Feruary 24, 2008. REUTERS/Prensa Latina/Pool</p>

Raul Castro, who has been running Cuba since his brother Fidel was sidelined by illness 19 months ago, gestures during a meeting of the National Assembly in Havana Feruary 24, 2008. REUTERS/Prensa Latina/Pool

Raul Castro, who has been running Cuba since his brother Fidel was sidelined by illness 19 months ago, gestures during a meeting of the National Assembly in Havana Feruary 24, 2008. REUTERS/Prensa Latina/Pool

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