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In this episode of PharmaTelevision News Review, filmed at #BIO2012 Convention in Boston, Fintan Walton talks to Victor Merced, Life Sciences Director at Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The administrator of the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency said Friday it will take up to an estimated $50 billion to help rebuild Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and warned that the U.S. territory is not ready for another disaster.
(Kaiser Health News) – Physicians are in short supply in Puerto Rico. From 2006 to 2016, the number of doctors on the island declined from 14,000 to 9,000, according the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Puerto Rico. And Hurricane … Read More
On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, wreaking destruction that still lingers. The Category 4 storm caused a humanitarian crisis that ultimately cost nearly 3,000 lives, and imperiled Puerto Rico's economy, universities and environmental health.
THURSDAY, May 31, 2018 (American Heart Association) -- Hospitals and clinics in Puerto Rico are still dealing with the massive destruction Hurricane Maria left throughout the island last year. Yet even as the recovery continues -- and as Puerto...
In another bleak development for Puerto Rico's decimated education system, the
KHN senior correspondent Sarah Varney reports from Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the devastating Sept. 20 hurricane.
Opinion writers focus on the government's response to the devastating health situation in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico will receive $18.5 billion from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help rebuild its battered housing stock and infrastructure after September's Hurricane Maria, the island's governor and HUD officials said on Tuesday. The funding for the U.S. territory was the largest grant in the history of the HUD, said HUD undersecretary Pamela Patenaude. HUD is awarding a...
One year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico's pharma industry is standing its ground.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, 3 de agosto de 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Direct Relief anunció hoy una serie de nuevos compromisos financieros por un Read more...
In this Medical News article, an endocrinologist in Puerto Rico recounts her experiences treating patients during and after last year’s major hurricane.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - August 13, 2018 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Veritas Pharma Inc. (CSE: VRT; OTC: VRTHF; and Frankfurt: 2VP) ("Veritas" or the "Company) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Services and Tourism Brazil & Puerto Rico ("C2BPR") with the aim of helping to commence, maintain, and expan...
Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, strewing mold-producing wreckage across the island and forcing many to use fume-spewing generators for power.
(American Chemical Society) On Sept. 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, wreaking destruction that still lingers. The Category 4 storm caused a humanitarian crisis that ultimately cost nearly 3,000 lives, and imperiled Puerto Rico's economy, universities and environmental health. Yet chemists there remained resilient and united in their resolve to recover from the devastating storm, acco...
KHN senior correspondent Sarah Varney, who has seen firsthand how devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria has harmed residents of Puerto Rico, discusses the new statistics on the number who perished in the storm.
"We want to make sure that when the next hurricane arrives, we don't have a repeat of this situation," said Mario Marazzi-Santiago, the director of Puerto Rico's Institute of Statistics which filed the suit.
(ABC News) – Hurricane Maria killed nearly 3,000 people in Puerto Rico in the desperate, sweltering months after the storm — almost double the previous government estimate — with the elderly and impoverished most affected, according to an independent study … Read More
Efforts to restore tap water service has been delayed in many rural areas of Puerto Rico, but even in the cities running water can be interrupted by electrical power outages at pumping stations.
Nearly a year after Hurricane Maria researchers are upping the death toll in Puerto Rico, saying it now stands at 2,975 from the original 64.
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The true number of excess deaths attributed to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico is more than 70 times the official death count of 64, a new study shows. Medscape Medical News
(George Washington University) In an independent report published today, researchers at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health estimated there were 2,975 excess deaths in Puerto Rico due to Hurricane Maria from September 2017 through the end of February 2018. The researchers also identified gaps in the death certification and public communication processes and we...
TUESDAY, June 5, 2018 -- The actual number of deaths related to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico in 2016 is likely more than 70 times the official government estimate of 64, according to a study published online May 29 in the New England Journal of...
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