Jalisco And Nuevo Leon Join Forces To Cover Children And Adolescents With Cancer In The World

  • Smaller Small Medium Big Bigger
  • Default Helvetica Segoe Georgia Times
Star InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar Inactive

The Jalisco governor informed that this strategy will be presented next Tuesday

The governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro Ramírez, received today at Casa Jalisco his counterpart from Nuevo León, Samuel García Sepúlveda, to fine tune details and align work routes that are already being carried out in that state and will be implemented in Jalisco, to guarantee universal coverage for children with cancer, as well as to plan an adequate infrastructure for their care.

The Jalisco governor informed that this strategy will be presented next Tuesday and expressed his interest in learning about the experience that Nuevo Leon has had in this sensitive issue. "Now the example was set by Don Samuel and this is how the relationship is, in which we learn along the way and share experiences and now we close ranks in this agenda, where civil society organizations, businessmen, among other important actors are involved," said Alfaro Ramirez.

García Sepúlveda explained that in his state the strategy consists of providing follow-up, diagnosis, medication, treatment, surgery to the warriors fighting against cancer. "It is a pleasure to be in my second home, and I would like to congratulate you because this program is something first world, so that no family will ever lose their heritage again fighting for the lives of their children in the fight against cancer," said Samuel Garcia. To close the meeting, the governors made a wager for tomorrow's match on Saturday, February 12, Chivas vs. Tigres, in which they wagered the sponsorship of the remodeling of a school in the state of the winning team.

Sign up via our free email subscription service to receive notifications when new information is available.