Cuba's gift to the world is an excellent socialist health care system that is based on love and solidarity and not capitalist greed. Cuba does love people. In contrast, the U.S. has the most expensive health care system of any developed country in our planet, one that is controlled by corporate behemoths.
Cuba has sent their dedicated and humanitarian doctors to the four corners of the world. They lovingly have assisted countries that have been afflicted by horrible natural disasters.
When hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, the then current emperor, George W. Bush, rejected Cuba's offer of medical help. Thousands of Americans died.
When you go see your doctor in the much promoted “American Dream” they will demand a prompt $150.00 dollars payment for probably a 15 minute visit. If you do not have that amount, you could be left to die.
There are dedicated doctors in the U.S. that treat poor people for very little or no money, but you can probably count those doctors using the fingers of your hands. On average, capitalist greed reigns supreme in any health care service provided in the U.S.