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    Costa Rica Acquires New Cancer Specialists from Around the WorldThe Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Various medical centers of the Costa Rican Social Security Fund (CCSS) across the country belonging to the Cancer Network will have more trained personnel in the treatment and care for people with cancer.

    This was achieved through scholarships awarded to 28 officers who were outside the country receiving training in different areas, and confirmed head of Benefit Studies, Loredana Delcore Domínguez.

    “In the last two years, 28 medical and social work professionals were awarded scholarships to study at centers of international recognition for Mexico, Chile, Italy, France, Spain, Germany and the United States expressed Delcore.

    Fellows had the opportunity to do internships, courses, training and subspecialties in areas such as pain management for cancer, breast cancer prevention, pediatric surgical oncology, endovascular procedures, dermatological surgery, musculoskeletal system, orthopedic oncology, and oncology pharmacy, among others.

    The idea of ​​this training is to strengthen the healthcare network with highly qualified personnel, to provide the user of different cancer services specialized, timely and quality care.

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