Monday, August 07, 2006

castro Surgery was Saturday, July 29th

The Telegraph is reporting that fidel castro was in fact operated at the exclusive Cimeq Hospital in Havana.

It was here last weekend, The Sunday Telegraph has learnt, that they battled for several hours to save the life of the regime's most important patient, Fidel Castro. Unable to stem intestinal bleeding with drugs, the country's top surgeons performed an emergency operation on the veteran leader.
The article goes on to say:
The Cuban leader received treatment on a par with the best in the world. But most Cubans, reliant on the supposedly universal health system, have to pay for even basic drugs such as aspirin and the equivalent of £30 for "extras" such as X-rays.
You have to read the rest.

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