The Honorary President of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC), Queen Letizia of Spain attended the working meeting with members of the National Council of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC) in Madrid. It was the first working meeting of AECC where she learned about the achievements made during 2021 and the next projects for 2022.
The Spanish Association Against Cancer has been the reference entity in the fight against cancer for 68 years. It dedicates its efforts to showing the reality of cancer in Spain, detecting areas for improvement, and launching a process of social transformation that allows them to be corrected in order to obtain a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach to cancer. Being by the side of people is in its DNA, so its work is also aimed at helping them prevent cancer; be with them and their families throughout the disease process, if diagnosed; and improve their future by promoting cancer research.
The Queen was briefed about all the activities the Association carried out in 2021, such as the celebration of 50 years researching cancer; the achievement of half a million members, or the number of people who have been served by the Association which, in 2021, were 136,000.
During the meeting, the Queen was also informed about the challenges for 2022 that the Association will address, such as making visible the inequalities experienced by people with cancer through a campaign that will highlight these inequalities that cancer aggravates in the Spanish population.
Another challenge is to set up the Cancer Epidemiological Information System in Spain together with the Network Biomedical Research Center Consortium (Ciber) of the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII), which will allow epidemiological monitoring, unify sources of difficult access, and will build official indicators hitherto unavailable.
Finally, among the challenges of the year 2022 is also to increase care for patients and families to alleviate their needs, promoting digital care and volunteering, something that will allow anyone who needs the Association to do so regardless of where they live. and the availability you have to move.
Now to Queen Letizia Style – Letizia debuted a new blue top from Pol Studio. Thanks to Nuria for the id.
Letizia was the label’s Cupro Gathered shirt. The €140 shirt is described as, “Soft cupro fabric Blue Shirt with neck and sleeve gathered details”.
The Queen paired the top with Hugo Boss Leshina Leather A-line skirt. Another fab id by Nuria. The £349 skirt is described as, “A midi skirt by HUGO Womenswear, crafted in sleek leather. Designed with a high rise and an A-line shape, this trend-driven style features side pockets and a leather belt with a tonal buckle”.
She covered the outfit with her Carolina Herrera Faux fur cape.
Letizia teamed up the look with her Magrit Mila leather pumps and carried a Nina Ricci Arc Clutch.
She finished the look with her UFO gold hoops
and her Karen Hallam ring.