Studying medicine in Mexico, an economic challenge: Juan Manuel, doctor

Alejandra Vargas/Quadratin Yucatan

MÉRIDA, Yuc., May 21, 2022.- Juan Manuel is 30 years old, he is a general practitioner and works as a consultant in a well-known pharmaceutical chain that provides medical services at low cost, it is not his dream job, but for now he lives from it

Originally from Oxcutzcab and belonging to a family of five members, he says that it was not easy to study the degree:

“Studying medicine is complicated throughout the country, it is a highly demanded, demanding career that is only found in very large or paid universities, and if you do not live in the capital, it almost always requires that the student leave the family home and there It involves money.”

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