La sanidad en México
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Public health conditions in Mexico have continued to improve and deaths in 1945 numbered 45,430, less than in the previous year. The decrease was especially apparent in infantile mortality. The campaigns against smallpox, malaria and tuberculosis have been intensifed. Private participation in tuberculosis work has become more active. Special attention is given to the improvement of water supplies and sewage disposal. One hundred small towns have already been benefited by this work. Hospital construction is continuing on a large scale. The Medical Center in Mexico City is making progress. The public health budget amounted to 65,000,000 pesos (About $13,400,000), which is 6,500,000 pesos from public welfare funds and 14,000,000 pesos for hospital construction and other works(AU)El último trabajo sobre sanidad en México apareció en el Boletín en p. 97 feb. 1945
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