In case you missed them, here are last week’s healthcare highlights:
Mexican researcher wins award for products that eliminates bacteria and viruses.
Smoking costs Mexicans MX$41 billion, according to the Public Finance Study Center.
Mexico leads OECD countries in childhood pregnancy.
Last Thursday World Kidney Day and World Women’s Day joined efforts to raise awareness on chronic kidney disease.
Gilead releases clinical trial data for promising new HIV combo drug.
Merck will pay Japanese Eisai US$300 million for the development of cancer drug.