"Someday the Nobel Peace Prize will be for the Cuban Medical Brigade Henry Reeve"
"Someday the Nobel Peace Prize will be for the Cuban Medical Brigade Henry Reeve, or for the model of medical solidarity represented by Cuba": this is how he dismissed the interview with Cubainformación TV Jorge Delgado Bustillo, who was head of the Brigade of Cuban doctors who Fought Ebola in three West African countries, and now Deputy Director of the International Medical Collaboration of Cuba.
Cubainformación TV also spoke in Havana with nurses Yunier Ramos Otaño and Ángel Téllez Venzant, both from the Cuban Brigade "Henry Reeve" in the aforementioned mission against Ebola. Both tell how they received and lived the request to go to Africa to that risky mission, and how they took the step forward, after talking with their families, who lived fear and stress before a situation little known and mediated magnified.
Jorge Delgado reminds us that the Ebola mission, the first that Cuba coordinated directly with the World Health Organization, is a small part of Cuba's great solidarity epic after the Revolution: sending 400,000 health workers to 112 countries .