Pharmaceutical companies across the globe earn multi-million dollars by raising the price of their medicines arbitrarily.
In Mexico, seven out of 10 deaths are associated with overweight and obesity. Amongst the Latin American countries, Mexico ranks first in childhood obesity.
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has led to the transformation of Tijuana to become the world capital in the manufacture of medical devices.
Summary for the mailer: Top federal authorities from Mexico have showed their anguish over Trump. According to them, the close cooperation has been built by two neighbors over the years, but, USA [...]
With a population of more than 122 million and the only developing destination in North America, Mexico is the 15th largest economy in the world. Its healthcare system is a mix of public and [...]
Mexico Hospital Demographics 2016 – Latin America’s second largest hospital market is on the road to gain efficiencies
Mexico has the second highest number of hospitals in Latin America and is on the road to building efficiencies. There are over 3,600 hospitals in the country, with a rising average bed size, [...]
The federal commissioner of healthcare regulatory agency of Mexico Cofepris has stated that the institution will work to strengthen timely access to a market that is adequately supplied with [...]
Mexico has become an ideal location to conduct clinical trials for drugs and devices as Mexican researchers are well trained, often in the US or Europe. Moreover, Mexican trial data can be [...]
Mexico has registered its commanding presence in the health tourism sector in recent years. The sector is growing very well in the country. Market analysts have estimated that the global digital [...]
According to the International Diabetes Federation, in 2015, the prevalence of diabetes in Mexico was estimated to be 14.7%, which translated to 17.6 million people affected by the condition. [...]