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Programa De Acción Específico 2007-2012: Prevención y Tratamiento de las Adicciones (Action Plan 2007-2012: Prevention and Treatment of Addictions)

Ministry of Health Government of Mexico Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Mexico 31 December 2007 Policy document alcohol, prevention, rehabilitation, substance use

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En el marco del Plan Nacional de Desarrollo y del Programa Sectorial de Salud, la Estrategia Nacional para la Prevención y el Tratamiento de las Adicciones anunciada en abril del 2007 por el Presidente de la República, Lic. Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, constituye una respuesta sin precedentes al desafío de combatir el consumo de tabaco, alcohol y drogas.

Along with the National Development Plan and the Sector Programme of Health, the National Strategy for the Prevention and Treatment of Addiction announced in April 2007 by the President of the Republic, Mr. Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, is an unprecedented response to the challenge of combating the consumption of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.

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