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The embargo, dating back to the Kennedy-era, is still in place but scientists in both nations are carefully tracking Pres. law also dealt a serious blow to Cuba’s medical work by fining third-party countries for carrying out business with the Caribbean nation. Cuba's National Institute of Oncology and Radiobiology, as of the 2011 U. report, did not have a flow cytometer—technology that can be used to study cancer cells—because U. And until several months ago Cuba had been unable to acquire a modern high-powered MRI machine.
Barack Obama’s recent comments on the thawing relationship between the two countries. In his State of the Union speech on January 20 the president urged Congress to “begin the work of ending the embargo.” Lifting the ban, scientists say, would usher in a new era of opportunities, especially in medicine. Although the export of medical supplies to Cuba is legal, extensive restrictions limit such sales. S.] policy, the sale of state-of-the-art technology in this sector is not authorized,” according to a 2011 United Nations report. companies from conducting business in Cuba and blocks most Americans from readily traveling there or spending money as tourists. The day after the State of the Union speech, Pastrana told , “This is a very good step—encouraging the government to come help him put an end to the embargo,” but he cautions, “it remains to be seen how far that can go with Republicans.” While the embargo is still in place, for instance, the U. National Institutes of Health has not received guidance about how the White House’s moves to normalize relations will affect research possibilities and funding.