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The Thirst Journal. How Can Economy Save Lives?

Cinema Because of MIDE’s Anniversary

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Produced by the journalist Iván Carrillo, it tells the story of Marisol Robles, publisher and poet from Veracruz, who was diagnosed with kidney failure on June 28th, 2011 and who, after a failed first attempt of kidney transplant, recorded the vicissitudes of her illness in her blog: The Thirst Journal.

The documentary talks about how the encounter and collaboration with Mike Rees, MD, from Toledo University Medical Center (Ohio) and the professor in economy of Stanford University Alvin Roth, will result in a series of innovations in the field of medicine through economy, revolutionizing the form kidneys are exchanged in the world. This innovation will become an important part of the merits mentioned on 2012 for Alvin Roth to receive the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.

OPPENING HOURS AND ADMISSION:

July 14 2017
Friday , 10:00 - 12:00 hrs.
Free admission


PRECINT

Interactive Museum of Economy (MIDE)

Antiguo Convento de Betlemitas Tacuba 17 , Esquina con Bolivar Col. Centro (Área 1), C.P. 6000, Deleg. Cuauhtémoc México, Ciudad de México

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