Thursday, May 1, 2014

Cuban Cancer Drug Registered in Mongolia

Havana, Cuba, Apr 30.- Vidatox is a Cuban cancer medication already registered in Mongolia, where doctor Carmen Morales wound up a series of presentations of the product and held meetings with oncologists in several hospitals in the capital Ulan Bator.

Morales, who is a specialist with the Havana-based LABIOFAM entrepreneurial group, explained about the characteristics and properties of the cancer medication being produced by the Cuban entity.

Vidatox is a bio-therapeutic formula made from the venom of the Cuban native Rhopalurus Junceus scorpion, whose administration has improved the quality of life of cancer patients by mitigating pain and avoiding undesirable symptoms caused by chemo and radio therapy.(acn)

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