Equipment shortages put patients and workers at risk in Mexico:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Shortages and the poor state of medical equipment at the National Cancer Institute in Mexico are putting both patients and personnel at risk, reports La Jornada newspaper. The institute does not have reagents for diagnostic tests and a lack of basic equipment such as gloves or forceps at the centre is allegedly putting patients in danger of contracting nosocomial infections.
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