Published by Alma
By Prensa Latina
Cuba, with thousands of graduates from the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM), increased more health specialists to its supportive family, as stated by a US graduate.
Arabia Mollette, who currently works as an emergency physician in Brooklyn, New York, stated that Cuba is considered as her second sweet home, country in which she always wants to return.
She was invited to be present at the A Global Village Conversation program, which is regularly carry out by the School of Journalism and Communication at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.
As stated by Arabia Mollete, she still keeps in a frame the letter providing her the confirmation of being accepted to freely study medicine in Cuba, from 2006 to 2012.
Mollette told Prensa Latina that the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, gave her the opportunity to study the health career she had always wanted thanks to the scholarships that Cuba granted for US citizens, Latin American and other students from different regions of the world, many of them living in poor neighborhoods where there was no opportunity.