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Cuban Doctors Tend to Brazil's Poor - 02 Dec 2013 
Images showing Cuban doctors working in Bahia. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President
Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZQK 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez inspects a pregnant patient at the Health Center in the city of Piaus... 
Piaus, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez inspects a pregnant patient at the Health Center in the city of Piaus... 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez inspects a pregnant patient at the Health Center in the city of Piaus in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZO3 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla inspects a patient during a house call in the city of Itiuba in... 
Itiuba, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla inspects a patient during a house call in the city of Itiuba in... 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla inspects a patient during a house call in the city of Itiuba in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZN3 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez examines a young patient at the Health Center in the city of Jiquitaia... 
Jiquitaia, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez examines a young patient at the Health Center in the city of Jiquitaia... 
Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez examines a young patient at the Health Center in the city of Jiquitaia in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil, November 18, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 18, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZO6 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla conducts a house call in the city of Itiuba in the state of Bahia,... 
Itiuba, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla conducts a house call in the city of Itiuba in the state of Bahia... 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla conducts a house call in the city of Itiuba in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZMT 
December 01, 2013 
Patients wait for the arrival of Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez, who works at the Health Center at... 
Jiquitaia, Brazil 
Patients wait for the arrival of Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez, who works at the Health Center at... 
Patients wait for the arrival of Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez, who works at the Health Center at the city of Jiquitaia in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil, November 18, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 18, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZNL 
December 01, 2013 
Patients wait to see Cuban doctor Eliza Barrios Calzadilla at the Health Center in the city of Itiuba... 
multiple cities, Brazil 
Patients wait to see Cuban doctor Eliza Barrios Calzadilla at the Health Center in the city of Itiuba... 
Patients wait to see Cuban doctor Eliza Barrios Calzadilla at the Health Center in the city of Itiuba in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil, November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZNB 
December 01, 2013 
A patient waits to be seen by Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez, who works at the Health Center at the... 
Jiquitaia, Brazil 
A patient waits to be seen by Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez, who works at the Health Center at the... 
A patient waits to be seen by Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez, who works at the Health Center at the city of Jiquitaia in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil, November 18, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 18, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZQW 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctors Luis Augusto Casal (R) and Luis Ramirez (L) sit in the house where they are living as they... 
Itiuba, Brazil 
Cuban doctors Luis Augusto Casal and Luis Ramirez sit in the house where they are living as they await... 
Cuban doctors Luis Augusto Casal (R) and Luis Ramirez (L) sit in the house where they are living as they await employment authorization by the Ministry of Health in order to work in city of Itiuba in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino ( BRAZIL - Tags : POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZMZ 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez poses for a photo in the street, near the health center where she... 
Jiquitaia, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez poses for a photo in the street, near the health center where she... 
Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez poses for a photo in the street, near the health center where she works, in the city of Jiquitaia in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil, November 18, 2013. Patients wait for the arrival of Cuban doctor Dania Rosa Alvero Pez, who works at the Health Center at the city of Jiquitaia in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil, November 18, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 18, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZQP 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez poses for a photo near the health center where she works in the city... 
Piaus, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez poses for a photo near the health center where she works in the city... 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez poses for a photo near the health center where she works in the city of Piaus in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZPZ 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla poses for a photo in the street near the health center in the city... 
Itiuba, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla poses for a photo in the street near the health center in the city... 
Cuban doctor Elisa Barrios Calzadilla poses for a photo in the street near the health center in the city of Itiuba in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA
RTX15ZQC 
December 01, 2013 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez (2nd L) walks with her Brazilian team of assistants near the health... 
Piaus, Brazil 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez walks with her Brazilian team of assistants near the health center where... 
Cuban doctor Elza Vega Rodriguez (2nd L) walks with her Brazilian team of assistants near the health center where they work, in the city of Piaus in the state of Bahia, north-eastern Brazil November 20, 2013. They were heckled and called slaves of a communist state when they first landed, but in the poorest corners of Brazil the arrival of 5,400 Cuban doctors is being welcomed as a godsend. The program to fill gaps in the national health system with foreign doctors, mainly from Cuba, could become a big vote-winner for President Dilma Rousseff as she eyes a second term in next year's election despite fierce opposition from Brazil's medical class. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story BRAZIL-DOCTORS/CUBA REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino ( BRAZIL - Tags : POLITICS HEALTH) 
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