COVID-19 Third Wave Overshadowed by Other Matters
Weekly Roundups
Medicine shortages, the Ministry’s migration and neglected health issues shared the spotlight this week with COVID-19.
Protests for Medicines Reach the IACHR
News Article
Despite criticism, parents of children with cancer continue protesting the shortage ontological medicines with a complaint to the IACHR.
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Enrique Liñero
Country Manager
Sandoz
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Through investments in access and innovation, Sandoz strengthens its market positioning.
Ministry of Health to Move to Guerrero
News Article
Mexico’s Ministry of Health could move headquarters from Mexico City to Guerrero in October, said President López Obrador.
World Brain Day Focuses on Multiple Sclerosis Awareness, Care
News Article
Multiple sclerosis affects millions of people in the world and tens of thousands in Mexico. Read more here.
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Lance Hill
CEO
Within3
Within3 es una plataforma digital en tiempo real que rompe las barreras del tiempo y el espacio para brindar una mejor atención a los pacientes.
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Horacio Garza
Director General
CHRISTUS MUGUERZA Health System
Educational training and quality care make CHRISTUS MUGUERZA one of the most important medical networks in the country.
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Alesio Bereciartu
Commercial Director of the Life Sciences Division Latin America
OCASA
OCASA doubled its volume of general deliveries during COVID-19 by supporting companies, governments and patients in controlling the virus’ spread.
Personalized Medicine Through Tech: A Possibility for Mexico
News Article
Personalized medicine is the future of care, and Mexico is in a good position to implement it.
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