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Diabetes in Mexico City
Diabetes in Mexico City
Diabetes in Mexico City
Mexico with diabetes
Mexico with diabetes
Mexico with diabetes
Healthcare in Mexico
Healthcare in Mexico
Spanish medical vocabulary
Traveling with diabetes
Travel and diabetes
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Everything you need to know about the local healthcare system while traveling to Mexico with diabetes!

Enjoy your stay in Mexico City totally worry-free with your Medical Guide to Mexico with Diabetes.

Specially designed by and for people with diabetes, this guide, adapted to both type 1 and type 2, will provide you with all the necessary information to deal with the slightest diabetes-related mishap during your stay.

You’ll find inside:

  • + Everything about local medical services (emergencies, general consultations, diabetology services)
  • + International pharmacies and laboratories (how to get your treatment, paperworks and coverage)
  • + Local support and guidance
  • + English to Spanish medical dictionary 
  • + Plenty of useful address books (hospitals, 24h pharmacies, English-speaking doctors etc.)


  • EXTRACTS: Check out the guide’s photo gallery to view sample pages and the full chapter summary.
  • CHAPTER DETAILS: This chapter is 26 pages long. 
  • FULL GUIDE: Our full Travel guide to Mexico with diabetes (including Mexican food with diabetes, as well as active tourism to lower your blood sugar levels in Mexico City) is 86 pages long, illustrated with more than 60 photos, and available here– 2018 Edition
  • Available in: English, French
  • Format: PDF and EPUB
  • You will receive a download link that you can use up to 3 times on all your devices
  • Compatible Devices: PC, MAC, Tablets, Smartphones

Have a Sweet Trip! 🙂

$ 4,80

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  1. mexicantraveler

    Very clear informative book, well organised into different sections to know exactly what to do and where to go in case of a problem. I’d definitely recommend, as you never know what can happen when traveling, especially to a country like Mexico. Better safe than sorry!

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