Queen Letizia attended White Paper on Skin Cancer in Spain

Queen Letizia wore Maje Rayema Dress at the White paper on Skin Cancer
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Queen Letizia of Spain attended the “White Paper on Skin Cancer in Spin” organized by the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology and its Healthy Skin Foundation at the Official College of Physicians of Madrid in the capital city. The White Paper on Skin Cancer is an initiative of the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (AEDV) that collects for the first time in Spain the main scientific evidence for the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of the most common skin cancers in the country.

Queen Letizia wore Maje Rayema Dress at the White paper on Skin Cancer
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Her Majesty The Queen was received upon her arrival at the Official College of Physicians by the Minister of Health, the president of the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (AEDV).

Queen Letizia wore Maje Rayema Dress at the White paper on Skin Cancer
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During the event, a presentation forum was held that brought together the main scientific conclusions regarding the research work in this field. A round table was held with the participation of the Secretary-General of the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology; the second vice president of the Academy; the director of the Research Unit of the Academy and the director of the journal “Actas Dermo-Sifiliográficos”.

Queen Letizia wore Maje Rayema Dress at the White paper on Skin Cancer
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According to the report, in Spain, each year, more than 78,000 new patients are diagnosed with skin cancer, of which almost 95% have non-melanoma skin cancer, with a clearly underestimated healthcare burden. In the year 2040, melanoma will become the second tumor in global incidence, and the first in incidence in men, surpassing colon and lung cancer.

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The document establishes the bases for consensus and homogenization of patient care in Spain, with the aim of avoiding inequalities in care between Autonomous Communities or even between hospitals. In the report, dermatologists point out that they should be the reference specialists to treat all skin tumors.

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For the event, Queen Letizia was wearing her Maje Rayema Dress that she first wore in July 2019.

Queen Letizia wore Maje Rayema Long Floral Print Dress
Maje Rayema Long Floral Print Dress

The $340 midi dress with an asymmetrical hemline is now on sale for $204. The dress features Wrap V-neck, Long sleeves with gathered armholes, a smocking waistline, and a flowing cut. It has an all-over floral print in white, blue, and red tones.

Queen Letizia wore Carolina Herrera Essential Nude Slingback Pumps with Maje dress
Carolina Herrera Essential Nude Slingback Pumps

Letizia paired the outfit with her Carolina Herrera slingback pumps.

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The Queen was carrying her purple Crocodile Felipe Varela bag

Queen Letizia wore TOUS Rose Quartz & Green Jade 2-In-1 Earrings
TOUS Rose Quartz & Green Jade 2-In-1 Earrings

Letizia teamed up the look with her TOUS earrings

Queen Letizia wore Karen Hallam Signature Ring
Karen Hallam Signature Ring

and her Karen Hallam ring.

 

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