Dr. Vivian Borroto, president of the organizing committee of the 5th Cuban-Mexican Ozone Therapy Congress and member of the national group of Natural and Traditional Medicine, under the Ministry of Public Health, said the event will be held from November 27 to 29 at Havana's Riviera hotel.
Scientists and researchers from Italy, Mexico, United States, Spain, Argentina, Turkey, Lebanon, Pakistan, Brazil, Costa Rica and Cuba, among other countries, will participate in the forum, in order to exchange on topics related to the legalization and proper use of this treatment.
Persons of recognized national and international prestige will deepen on how to promote strategies in this field of medical sciences at the event, which motto is Regularization, Unity and Science Pro World Ozone Therapy.
Researchers from Cuba, Mexico and elsewhere around the world will lecture on topics based on the latest research in these countries, and will also be a suitable framework for assessing how to implement them in Cuba.
The main character of the event will be knowledge transfer between speakers and attendees and will be aimed at promoting the integration of the participants in an atmosphere of friendship and cooperation that is conducive to rapprochement between the different associations of Ozone Therapy in the world.
The topics of the meeting will focus on the Legality, economic and social impact of ozone therapy, Preclinical studies and oxidative stress in that specialty, Ozone Therapy in pediatrics, internal medicine and neurology, and dermatology and aesthetic medicine.
It also includes ozone therapy in musculoskeletal diseases, disorders of the spine, geriatrics, immunology and oncology, in other medical specialties and combined with other complementary therapies.
The event will be attended by Dr. Adriana Schwartz, President of the International Medical Ozone Federation (IMEOF), who currently carries out an important work to regulate it in the world. / CNA.