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Approves 75 legislature to promote health for state workers at the proposal of Lariza Pérez

Approves 75 legislature to promote health for state workers at the proposal of Lariza Pérez

*Workers at the Michoacán State Service will be able to go one day a year to carry out early detection studies for breast, cervical and prostate cancer.

Morelia, Michoacán, July 08, 2022.- In order to reduce mortality rates due to late detection of breast, cervical and prostate cancer, the 75th Legislature approved promoting annual studies in State Service workers at the proposal of Mónica Lariza Pérez Campos, local deputy for the district of Jiquilpan.

Voting in favor of the opinion for the benefit of the health of the Workers in the Service of the State, the legislator for National Action referred to the importance of promoting a culture of prevention of diseases that annually claim the lives of women and men.

“Health is the most precious asset we have, so we must grant this human right without distinction. Deaths from cancer have increased in recent years due to the delay in starting treatment, so it is important to delve into early detection and initiation of treatment for favorable outcomes in recovery.

Pérez Campos expressed that the deputies endorse their commitment to work to improve the living conditions of citizens through these legislative proposals.

“As popular representatives we must look for mechanisms for the prevention of diseases and generate a culture of health care for the Workers at the Service of the State of Michoacán.”

The approved initiatives contemplate that State workers will be able to go one day a year to carry out the corresponding studies for the early detection of breast, cervical and prostate cancer.

To request authorization with pay and without prejudice to their benefits, they must give notice at least 5 days in advance and present the corresponding medical certificate to justify the absence.

The initiatives to reform the Law of Workers in the Service of the State to grant one day a year to women to undergo early detection tests for breast and cervical cancer, and for men to detect prostate cancer, were presented on 24 February and March 31, respectively.

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