Author Archives: doctormier

  • What is the current situation with Cancer?

    Lung cancer is the tumor disease that kills the most patients in the world annually. Mexico City- February 4, 2016. Currently, lung cancer is the tumor disease that kills the most patients in the world. According to WHO data … It is a terrible question, but necessary if necessary. Finding out that you have a …

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  • Welcome message from the President AIACTl

    Dear friends!This year we will celebrate our XXV Congress of the Ibero-American Association of Thoracic Surgery from September 28 to 30 in the city of Puebla, Mexico. We are sure that thanks to the efforts of the Organizing Committee, it will be an unforgettable event from both a scientific and a cultural point of view, …

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  • Conference

    We have convened the most outstanding professionals, it will be an opportunity to exchange the most recent advances.The city of Puebla, a World Heritage Site, guarded by huge and beautiful volcanoes, stands out for its architectural beauty. Modern armor contrasts with legacy historic city of Puebla, where the old and the modern coexist harmoniously. Welcome …

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  • Institute

    We want to be not only your doctors but also your friends. The objective of our group is to provide the patient with an environment of trust. When a patient comes to be oriented about her condition, she usually comes with fears or with information that sometimes may or may not be on the right …

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  • My Bio

    Dr. Mier is Specialist and Associate Professor in Pulmonology, founder and a medical expert at the Heliotherapy Research Institute. He conducts in-depth research in the red light therapy area. He also serves as CEO of Lug Healthcare Technology, one of our innovative portfolio companies, whose software platform is revolutionizing the way that hospitals worldwide prepare …

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  • Articles

    The Proper Dose Technology can reduce the risks and costs associated with the delivery of medications at hospitals worldwide A doctor operates on the wrong leg. A nurse leaves a sponge inside apatient’s chest cavity. A heart surgeon bypasses the wrong artery. These kinds of dramatic medical errors not only grab headlines, but underline the …

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