Is there a shortage of physicians in Latin America?

Latin American countries with more doctors have a higher life expectancy at birth. However, there are places like St. Maarten, Cuba, Argentina and Uruguay where the number of doctors per capita greatly exceeds that of the rest of the Americas, and life expectancy falls well below that of hemispheric-champions Chile, Costa Rica, Bermuda and Canada. Is there an oversupply of doctors in those countries? Read more “We Will Find a Breakthrough for Alzheimer´s Disease” “There’s no way to reverse or even stop the cognitive decline of Alzheimer’s; we’re just now seeing a promising path to slow it down. However we are on the verge of something truly transformational. The first survivor of Alzheimer’s disease may be reading this story now.” A column by […]

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