The right to health is a human right that consists in guaranteeing the state of physical, psychological and social well-being with equal access in the quality of medical care. We must eliminate discrimination against women who have or had breast cancer.Access to women's health services is a priority issue and of national importancehowever, public policy actions to protect him face various obstacles that prevent achieving gender equality with respect and exercise of his rights. We need to build alliances that allow us to face the cultural, political and economic complexity of cancer.
Our commitment as a Civil Society Agency is:
Develop linkage and lobbying strategies between public actors and authorities.
Preparation of positioning documents for Health approaches of Civil Society Organizations.
Research and documentary analysis related to Public Health.
Participation in the elaboration and modification processes of the Norms.
In participation with the different actors, we seek to improve the quality of life in health of women who have undergone a mastectomy, offering support in its reconstruction, with comprehensive support for its strengthening and reincorporation into society.
Unite the Government, Civil Society Organizations and the population to obtain fundamental information on breast cancer, diagnosis of Comprehensive Care Policies, timely detection, comprehensive treatment, emotional support, reconstruction, palliative care, assuming a commitment and active participation , from all sectors, as a challenge and challenge in the Right to Health of women.
Acquire critical knowledge, from the voices of experts and interlocutors, with the commitment of influencing the right to health and well-being of the affected people.
Sign agreements, covenants, to get tools, resources and methodologies that can be applied in an ethical and guaranteed way.
Recognize testimonies and concrete experiences of the representatives that open up options for understanding in joint actions.
Analyze our the scope and limitations on cancer from five critical questions: Who ?, What ?, Why? Where? How ?, which are associated with different theoretical and practical challenges.
Right to Health for Women: A Challenge for Mexico
Ma. Candelaria Ochoa Ávalos / Head of the National Commission to Prevent and Eradicate Violence Against Women (CONAVIM).
Diagnosis of Comprehensive Care Policies for Breast Cancer
Lic. Cristina Heliane Rosas Balan / Technical Secretary of COTREMA, COMESAMA Mexican Coalition for Breast Health.
Women, Health and Well-being, the 7 fundamental elements of prevention
Dr. Héctor Gallardo-Rincón / Medical specialist in Internal Medicine from the University of Guadalajara.
Challenges in women's health
Dra. Alicia María Ocampo Jiménez / Director of InMujeres Gdl.
Challenges in women's health
Dra. Celina Verónica Kishi Sutto / President and Founder of DAR Decide to Rebuild A.C.