Doctors Without Borders is about to launch jointly with Mexican authorities a guide for the comprehensive care of Chagas disease victims.
According to the Pan-American Health Organization, or PAHO, in Mexico some 800,000 people are infected with this illness.
On July 16 at the Palace of Medicine in the Mexican capital, doctors and lab workers from the 21 state health systems gathered for a training session on the diagnosis and treatment of Chagas disease.
The event was organized by Doctors Without Borders and the National Disease Prevention and Control Center, or CENAPRECE.
During the event Dr. Carina Perotti . . .