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THE FOUNDATION HAS A NEW OFFICE

With a view to future growth as one of the strategic objectives, the Juan Rassmuss Foundation has now an office located in the corporate centre of Asunción Since April 2019, the Staff of Juan Rassmus Echecopar Foundation are working in the Skypark building, tower II,...

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WORLD PREECLAMPSIA DAY

On the 22 of May, a World Preeclampsia Day event took place at the Ministry of Health in which the severity of this illness was emphasized, making clear that it is the main cause of maternal death.  According to data from the Ministry of Public Health and Social...

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The Preeclampsia Project expands to San Pablo Hospital

"Making early interventions to reduce maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality caused by this pathology, is the great challenge we have", Amada Rodríguez - medical director. The San Pablo Hospital of Asunción will soon receive the collaboration of the Juan Rassmuss...

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PREECLAMPSIA, A SILENT DISEASE

Dr. Carol Lole-Harris tells us about how Preeclampsia has become one of the biggest causes of death among women and babies in Paraguay and how the Juan Rassmuss Echecopar Foundation is trying to help in this situation through one of the programs. ¿How important is...

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THE FOUNDATION HAS A NEW OFFICE

With a view to future growth as one of the strategic objectives, the Juan Rassmuss Foundation has now an office located in the corporate centre of Asunción Since April 2019, the Staff of Juan Rassmus Echecopar Foundation are working in the Skypark building, tower II,...

read more

WORLD PREECLAMPSIA DAY

On the 22 of May, a World Preeclampsia Day event took place at the Ministry of Health in which the severity of this illness was emphasized, making clear that it is the main cause of maternal death.  According to data from the Ministry of Public Health and Social...

read more

The Preeclampsia Project expands to San Pablo Hospital

"Making early interventions to reduce maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality caused by this pathology, is the great challenge we have", Amada Rodríguez - medical director. The San Pablo Hospital of Asunción will soon receive the collaboration of the Juan Rassmuss...

read more

PREECLAMPSIA, A SILENT DISEASE

Dr. Carol Lole-Harris tells us about how Preeclampsia has become one of the biggest causes of death among women and babies in Paraguay and how the Juan Rassmuss Echecopar Foundation is trying to help in this situation through one of the programs. ¿How important is...

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Newsletter Nº7

COMMEMORATING A SUCCESSFUL 2018, JUAN RASSMUSS ECHECOPAR FOUNDATION ASSUMES MORE CHALLENGES SUPPORTING THE PARAGUAYAN HEALTH SYSTEM Last December, Juan Rassmuss Echecopar Foundation celebrated a successful 2018, facing more challenges in the effort of supporting the...

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