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Despite the news last week that the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion will most certainly be defeated in the Argentine Senate on Wednesday, continued flip-flopping from Senators means that the final result is still uncertain.

The latest Senator to …

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

On June 14th, the Congress voted yes on a bill that seeks to not only provide women with safe and legal abortion as part of the free public healthcare system, but which would also expand reproductive and sexual education in

The Bolivian government announced this afternoon that it will provide free healthcare to Argentine citizens in its territory.

In an announcement to press, Bolivian Foreign Minister Fernando Huanacuni said the country will adequate “our internal norms to provide reciprocal attention …

The government has authorized an increase in prepagas, or health insurance costs, by a total of 20 percent this year: they will go up first in June by 15 percent and then by 5 percent in July. The measure …

A couple of weeks ago, as I looked down at a gash on my foot and realized it was beginning to take on the characteristics of gangrene. The Sudocrem hadn’t managed to conquer the distasteful, and slightly greenish-mauve intruder on …