‘Not wanted’: Doctors trained in Cuba are neglected

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Dr Buhle Maud Donda says that medical students trained in Cuba have to go through a lot to be recognised in the country
Dr Buhle Maud Donda says that medical students trained in Cuba have to go through a lot to be recognised in the country

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Intimidated, stigmatised and carrying an ever-present fear of rejection from the very environments in which they were trained to be of value.

These are the feelings new research has unveiled as being prevalent among South African medical students who were trained in Cuba.

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