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Last Week in the Health Industry



  • J&J makes take over offer to Swiss drugmaker Actelion for US$17 billion
  • UNAIDS: Young women are the most vulnerable group in the HIV epidemic: every week 7,500 women between the age of 15 and 24 get infected worldwide
  • Teenage and child obesity can cause permanent bone damage, according to a study by the Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Hopes for new Alzheimer’s drug end in a failed trial: patients on solanezumab did not show any slowing in cognitive decline compared to those treated with a placebo
  • Dementia rates are decreasing according to data found in the US and Europe: higher levels of education might be preventing brain failure


  • Dental fluorosis main cause of cavities in Mexican children and teenagers
  • The new genetic diagnosis laboratory from INMEGEN is already operating
  • Farmacias Benavides continues expansion plan, 2017 investment will be similar to 2016: MX$218 million


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