United States-Mexico Border. Diagnosis of Health Services. Volume I. Mexico.
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The first volume, which it is my pleasure to present here, gives data on available healthcare resources in the states, jurisdictions, and sister cities along the U.S.-Mexico border. The data provided facilitate comparative analysis of the distribution of resources, not only the border states themselves, but also among the states, sanitary districts and cities bordering the United States. Herein are described the human, financial and infrastructure resources available for healthcare services at the state, district and municipal levels. The second volume will present a similar panorama of information concerning the border states and counties of the United States.
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