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Last Friday, the Argentine Ministry of Health released a health alert confirming at least two reported cases of measles in babies in Argentina. The affected infants—a five-month-old from the city of Buenos Aires and a sixth-month-old from the province— were

The incident of two Brazilians posing as doctors in a hospital in Cañuelas, located about an hour’s drive from the city of Buenos Aires, has led many to reflect on structural issues within the healthcare system in the Buenos Aires

Despite attempts from pro-life Senators to prevent him from speaking, yesterday, Health Minister Adolfo Rubinstein gave a presentation before the Senate’s Health Committee in which he laid out facts and statistics related to the decriminalization of abortion. The emphasis …

Yesterday two pro-life Senators María Fiore Viñuales (Partido Renovador-Salta) and Guillermo Snopek (PJ-Jujuy) presented a request to prevent the Minister of Health, Adolfo Rubinstein, from speaking at the committee meeting today at 2 PM regarding the bill to decriminalize and …

The Macri administration’s cabinet went through yet another shake up today after Néstor Pérez Baliño resigned as Secretary of Health. It’s the second most important post in the Ministry that is currently headed by Jorge Lemus. The trend could …

President Mauricio Macri announced yesterday that the government will reform the national healthcare system in order to implement universal coverage in Argentina.

“When you feel like no one is taking care of your health, you feel as if your dignity …

A shortage in vaccines around the country has resulted in the typical finger-pointing game we all know and love: while Buenos Aires legislator for the Public Trust Party, Graciela Ocaña, lays the blame on the current administration’s restrictive measures on