FLASHBACK - Study Confirms that US Introduced Dengue Fever in Cuba in 1981 | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

FLASHBACK - Study Confirms that US Introduced Dengue Fever in Cuba in 1981

An epidemic of dengue hemorrhagic fever occurred in Cuba in 1981, which caused 158 deaths, including 101 children, was deliberately introduced in the country by the United States, confirms an investigation that reflected Cuban magazine Bohemia Monday.

The publication says on his website that the article "First Epidemic of Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever in the Americas, 1981 offers new knowledge about the causal agent and scientific evidence that corroborate the accusation made by Cuba.

Its main author, Doctor in Sciences Rosmari Rodríguez, researcher at the Pedro Kouri Tropical Medicine Institute (IPK), was awarded the Grand Award in the annual public health contest in 2015 by such an outcome.

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