by Geralt

This was an interesting week for the global healthcare sector. Scientists in Japan aim to treat spinal cord injuries using reprogrammed stem cells, while a clinical trial of antibodies to treat leukemia was put on hold after the death of two patients.

In Mexico, a consulting company claims half of Mexico’s states fail at transparency in healthcare, doctors link sexual dysfunction with overweight and obesity in men and Guadalajara hosted the International Congress on Medical Advances focused on robotics.

 

In case you missed it, this is what made the headlines over the past week.

 

 

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Alessa Flores

by Alessa Flores

Industry Analyst and Journalist at Mexico Business Publishing

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