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Alcer the doors of City Hall is open (30/06/2015)

The mayor, Jose Lopez, and the area councilor Quality of Life, Health, Consumer Affairs and Environment, Francisco Calderon, have met this morning with the president of ALCER Murcia, Juan Pedro Baths, and members of its board .

Bathrooms commented on the warm welcome they have had their proposals, ensuring that they found the doors and windows open at City Hall.

These include signing of an agreement and the holding of a regional conference that will be in Cartagena, as well as participation in the councils of citizens in health and environment.

And most importantly, according Bathrooms, creating a school of health and environment you want to include in the agreement and that would be located in an area depressed environment such as Llano del Beal.

ALCER represents chronic patients waiting for transplants or have been transplanted.

The association also encourages organ donations.

He now works for the expansion of dialysis shifts kidney patients in hospitals in Cartagena

Precisely its origins were kidney patients, who then was extended to other chronic diseases and transplantation of other organs such as the liver or the heart, in the 90s.

It is estimated that more than 1,000 people with chronic diseases that require transplants or have already been transplanted there in Cartagena.

The area of ​​highest incidence is as Baths, the El Llano del Beal.

The councilman, Francisco Calderon has called the meeting very fruitful as they have listened to the concerns of citizens and has made ​​a few days after they have been applied.

We occupy and concerned about the problems of any group and will give him all the support he needed.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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