By Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Since the end of last year, when the Cuban government broke the cooperation agreement with Brazil as a reaction to criticism from Jair Bolsonaro, a group of 2,000 professionals of the "Mais Médicos" (More Doctors) program decided to stay.
They were promised support by the Brazilian government, but so far there is no prospect that they will go back to practicing medicine.
Niurka Valedez Perez Schneider was one of those who decided to stay. She left her original post as a doctor to work as an administrative assistant."When I arrive . . .