Mexican Official Resigns Post At National HIV/AIDS Agency Over Drug Shortages

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Mexican official resigns as HIV drug shortage sparks outcry
“A top Mexican health official said on Thursday that he had resigned amid growing anger over drug shortages that have left hundreds of HIV patients without life-saving medicines. Carlos Magis confirmed to the Thomson Reuters Foundation via text message local media reports that he had quit his job as director of comprehensive care at the national HIV/AIDS agency, Censida, but declined to give further details…” (Lopez, 5/9).

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