Centro de Medicina Andina (CMA)
Center for Andean Medicine
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1981, as 'Equipo Coordinador en Medicina Natural Popular' under the auspices of the 'Instituto de Pastoral Andina (IPA)'. Assumed independent legal status and present name adopted, 1984.
Reinstate the values and wealth of the health system traditionally followed by the majority of the Andean population; collaborate in design of a health system that is both in line with local culture and economically within reach of the majority; seek complementary aspects of western and traditional medicine so as to treat people and their health problems holistically and effectively.
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