The president of AEPROMO (Spanish Association of Medical Professionals in Ozone Therapy), granted an exclusive interview to the newspaper El Sol de Tlaxcala, the leading newspaper in the State.

Dr. Schwartz pointed out that it was necessary for the local Congress to legislate for the application of medical ozone therapy, and for universities to include it in their study programs.

In addition to the investment that the doctor must make to properly train in the use of this therapy, he pointed out that the investment that the private doctor or hospital interested in this practice must make is the purchase of an ozone generator (at an authorized site), and medicinal oxygen, to accompany the treatments.


The governor is a pioneer in the dissemination of ozone therapy

The president of AHOMER (Hispanic American Association of Ozone Therapy and Regenerative Medicine), Estoneck Guevara asserted that the current governor of Tlaxcala Lorena Cuéllar has been promoting the practice of ozone therapy. As a senator, in 2017 she presented a legislative proposal in the Senate of the Republic, so that ozone therapy would be included in the General Health Law of the Republic.


To promote the project, Lorena Cuéllar organized a forum on ozone therapy in the Plenary Hall of the Permanent Commission of the Senate on November 27, 2017, and invited Dr. Adriana Schwartz, president of AEPROMO, as the main speaker.


When the current governor was mayor of the state capital, under her leadership health campaigns were carried out in which ozone therapy was included. In the 2010 Report of the Government of the Municipal Administration it was proudly stated that they had carried out ozone therapy campaigns.


It could be stated that the current governor of Tlaxcala was a pioneer in promoting the practice of ozone therapy, with public money. Practice that has subsequently been developed in many other regions of the republic.

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