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Venezuela recibe a 2.500 médicos cubanos que salieron de Brasil | Noticias | teleSUR - La Misión Barrio Adentro, es un programa social creado por el expresidente de Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, con amplia colaboración del Gobierno de Cuba, para otorgar servicios médicos gratuitos al pueblo, a través de la instalación de centenares de módulos de atención construidos en los barrios populares del país.
El mandatario informó además que otros 500 especialistas, entre cardiólogos y anestesiólogos, también arribarán a suelo venezolano, llegando a un total de 2.500 profesionales para atender a la población.


The Barrio Adentro Mission is a social program created by the former president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, with extensive collaboration of the Government of Cuba, to provide free medical services to the people, through the installation of hundreds of care modules built in neighborhoods popular of the country.
The president also reported that another 500 specialists, including cardiologists and anesthesiologists, will also arrive on Venezuelan soil, reaching a total of 2,500 professionals to serve the population.

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