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Cultural views toward healthcare in Latin America

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This month, we have decided to focus on attitudes toward healthcare in some regions of Latin American. Dr. Pedro Lizardo has offered some of the common sayings he has encountered as a physician and resident of several Latin American countries. We will have a bilingual anatomy chart in the next issue.

Cultural views toward healthcare in Latin America

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Written by on September 15, 2015