Now that the U.S. embargo has been virtually lifted on Cuba there is a real hope that  economic and research collaborations will arise between the two countries. The U.S. is the leading life science player on the world stage and Cuba has had a biotech infrastructure in place for years. The key issue revolves around the potential ability of the two nations to put aside serious past differences and embark on a path of successfully working together.

Poll Question:
Do you feel that the stage has been set for the development of fruitful collaborations between Cuban and U.S. biotech scientists and business professionals and medical specialists?



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