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Antiretroviral purchasing and prescription practices in Mexico: constraints, challenges and opportunities.

This study examines the antiretroviral (ARV) market characteristics for drugs procured and prescribed to Mexico's Social Protection System in Health beneficiaries between 2008 and 2013, and compares them with international data.

Attributes of patient-centered primary care associated with the public perception of good healthcare quality in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and El Salvador.

This study evaluated primary care attributes of patient-centered care associated with the public perception of good quality in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and El Salvador. We conducted a secondary data analysis of a Latin American survey on public perceptions and experiences with healthcare systems. The primary care attributes examined were access, coordination, provider-patient communication, provision of health-related information and emotional support. A double-weighted multiple Poisson regression with robu...

Biosimilars in India.

Biosimilars have been defined as biotech drugs that have been shown to have comparable quality, safety and efficacy to the original product. The past decade has seen a significant increase in interest in these products from the biotech industry. Major developments have occurred with respect to establishing a regulatory path for approval of these products as well as in our understanding of how the different quality attributes of a biosimilar impact its safety and efficacy. India is globally regarded to have ...

Novelties in Selaginella (Selaginellaceae - Lycopodiophyta), with emphasis on Brazilian species.

In this paper, I describe five new species of Selaginella from Brazil (Selaginella nanuzae, Selaginella neospringiana, Selaginella pellucidopunctata, Selaginella stomatoloma, and Selaginella trygonoides), compare them to morphologically similar species, and provide a preliminary conservation status assessment for each. The new species are illustrated with scanning electron photomicrographs of stem sections, leaves, and spores, when available. Also discussed in this paper are ten species, mainly from Brazil ...

The economic implications of biosimilars.

Between 2013 and 2014, spending on specialty drugs, including biologics, increased 32.4%, while spending on small-molecule drugs increased just 6.8%. By 2016, 8 of the 10 top-selling drugs are expected to be biologics. While many biologics will be going off patent, there will likely be multiple prospective manufacturers of biosimilars, and a growing emphasis on regulatory guidelines to ensure their efficacy and safety, in the very near future. A strong factor and assumption surrounding biosimilar developmen...

Stroke prevention and control in Brazil: missed opportunities.

HIV prevalence, sociodemographic characteristics, and sexual behaviors among transwomen in Mexico City.

To present results from HIV testing, knowledge of HIV status and socioeconomic factors associated with the probability of having a HIV positive result among transwomen (TW) in Mexico.

Humane Education in Brazil: Organisation, Challenges and Opportunities.

Biosimilar medicines - Review.

By definition, biosimilars are similar to a biological reference that has already received marketing authorization for biologic drugs.The purpose of biosimilars is reducing costs, thus increasing access to this treatment, however, the concerns of health professionals and users refer to the fact that to reduce costs will not neglecting the quality, effectiveness and especially security.

"Give me a pill": the meanings of AIDS in bareback practice in Mexico City and its implications for HIV prevention.

To analyze and understand the meanings that gay men in Mexico City associate to unprotected sex such as bareback practices.

Clinical data and regulatory issues of biosimilar products.

Biologics are a fast-growing segment of pharmaceutical development. Many are effective in the treatment of illnesses such as cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, and multiple sclerosis. Biologics encompass a range of compounds, including recombinant hormones, growth factors, monoclonal antibodies, recombinant vaccines, and blood products. Many of these drugs are facing patent expiration, and pharmaceutical research is focusing on the development of generic substitutes, or "biosimilars." Because biologics generall...

AIDS-related early mortality in Mexico between 2008 and 2012.

To describe the distribution of AIDS-related mortality according to the time of occurrence since entry to the System for the Administration, Logistics and Surveillance of Antiretrovirals (SALVAR, in Spanish), among users of Ministry of Health facilities in Mexico.


To provide clinicians with an overview of similar biologic products, including biosimilars and new insulin versions, available in the United States (US) and of key issues associated with such products, including differences in manufacturing, regulatory approaches, and their impact on clinical use.


Limited serosurveillance studies suggested that orthopoxviruses (OPXV) are widespread in the US (e.g., Raccoonpox virus, Skunkpox virus, Volepox virus) and Brazil (Vaccinia virus); however, their animal reservoir(s) remain unconfirmed. Mexican mammal diversity includes several species related to those in which evidence for OPXV infections has been found (Oryzomys, Peromyscus, Microtus, and Procyonidae). The presence of these groups of mammals in Mexico and the evidence of their possible involvement in the m...

Global health 2035: implications for Mexico (commentary).

Mexico keeps backing up with evidence its nutrition interventions.

The burden of disease in Mexico, 1990-2010: New results and challenges.

Delayed initiation of antiretroviral therapy in Mexico.

To estimate the prevalence of delayed- initiation (DI) of antiretroviral therapy (ART) for people with HIV attended at the Ministry of Health (SS, for its initials in Spanish) in Mexico, and to describe its behavior over time (2008-2013) and differences by gender and age.

The role of supply-side characteristics of services in AIDS mortality in Mexico.

To document the association between supply-side determinants and AIDS mortality in Mexico between 2008 and 2013.

Human fasciolosis diagnosed in the acute phase: A first clinical report in Mexico.

HIV & Hepatitis in the Americas 28-30 April 2016, Mexico City, Mexico.

Two new species of Chiropterotriton (Caudata: Plethodontidae) from northern Mexico.

Species of the genus Chiropterotriton are distributed through much of northern and eastern Mexico. The genus has presented taxonomic difficulties, with a number of species waiting to be described. We describe two new species, Chiropterotriton cieloensis sp. nov. and Chiropterotriton infernalis sp. nov., from the Mexican state of Tamaulipas based on both molecular and morphological data. We present a phylogenetic hypothesis for the group, with emphasis on the taxa from northern Mexico, based on mitochondrial...

AMCP Partnership Forum: Biosimilars-Ready, Set, Launch.

Through 2020, reference biologic products will lose patent protection that will be worth $54 billion to the U.S. economy. Consequently, interest in biosimilars is intensifying across the health care industry. Managed care organizations (MCOs) are depending on the savings opportunity that bio-similars promise. After the first FDA approval of a biosimilar in March 2015, the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP) convened a biosimilar Partnership Forum on June 10-11, 2015. The goal of this forum was to addres...

Correcting for misclassified HIV/aids deaths in Mexico: Retrospective analysis, 1983-2012.

To identify and reassign misclassified AIDS deaths in Mexico, reconstructing the time series of mortality from 1983 to 2012, by state, sex, age, and affiliation to social security.

A taxonomic revision of the neotropical termite genus Ruptitermes (Isoptera, Termitidae, Apicotermitinae).

The taxonomy of Ruptitermes Mathews 1977 is revised. Nine new species are described: R. araujoi, sp. n. (from Brazil), R. atyra, sp. n. (from Brazil, Peru, and Panama), R. bandeirai, sp. n. (from Brazil), R. cangua, sp. n. (from Brazil), R. kaapora, sp. n. (from Paraguay and Brazil), R. krishnai, sp. n. (from Trinidad), R. maraca, sp. n. (from Brazil), R. piliceps, sp. n. (from Brazil), and R. pitan, sp. n. (from Brazil). Ruptitermes franciscoi (Snyder 1959), new combination, is transferred from Anoploterme...

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