Cuba and the U.S. began to normalize relations in mutual benefit

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This is prolonging the life of a patient in the late stages of the disease by as much as six months with minimal side effects. CEO Candace Johnson of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo said that “the chance to evaluate a vaccine like this is a very exciting prospect.” An extending action of this vaccine was already imagined by the American researchers to help in breast and pancreatic cancer.  Other signs of the normalization between the two countries: a charter flight service from New York to Cuba has been announced, and licenses for six direct ferry services with Florida have been approved. Manhattan-based company Infor will provide healthcare software to a Cuban university.

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