New agreement to strengthen Cuban and Mexican regulatory bodies
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An agreement between Mexico's healthcare regulator COFEPRIS and its Cuban counterpart CECMEDshould help improve the two bodies' regulatory capacity and ability to guarantee healthcare, saysCOFEPRIS.
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