The Max Foundation and partner NGO Esperantra are pleased to announce they have signed a new MOU that will help patients in Peru gain access to treatment.
Esperantra, a non-profit organization working to reduce cancer mortality in Peru, has generously agreed to partner with The Max Foundation to facilitate the importation of medicines within Max Access Solutions.
“Esperantra and The Max Foundation are a perfect fit together,” said Inés García González, The Max Foundation’s Region Head for Latin America. “Our organizations have similar goals – expanding access to treatment, reducing cancer mortality, etc. – and Esperantra is a well-established organization in Peru with a great track record. We are honored to partner with them.”
Karla Ruiz de Castilla, Esperantra’s Executive Director, said: “It is our pleasure to partner with The Max Foundation and help expand access to treatment for patients in Peru. Together we are improving clinical outcomes and quality of life for people facing cancer.”
Thanks to the partnership with Esperantra, Peru has become the 70th country to have patients enrolled in Max Access Solutions.