The medical director of the institution made a big announcement, thanking the provincial government and private companies for their selfless contributions. He said that it would definitely be installed in June.
Dr. Veronica Barro, Medical Director of LUCCAU, Fight Against Cancer Ushuaia, from the city of Buenos Aires, where she is attending the Lung Cancer Congress, highlights the acquisition of a new improved technology mammograph by FM Master.
“In these difficult times another dream come true for the institute,” said the doctor regarding the expected transformation of mammographers, a high step in terms of technology “that will allow us to add more technology later so that prevention may be continued.” And each time not only earlier, but more accurately.
He explained that the device would arrive in Ushuaia very soon and the one currently in use would be uninstalled and a new one would be installed. “Thanks not only to the money being collected by LUCCAU with benefits, but also to contributions from both government entities and private companies.” In this regard, Baro expressed that “it amazes us how people support us, how they believe in us.”
For this reason, he insisted that all team members of the organization have “breast cancer prevention shirts and also the company of women who already have the disease.”
Baro reported that “great assistance” had been received from the provincial government. But “many other organizations and especially private companies, many people have also contributed anonymously. It’s very valuable.”
He stressed in this regard that “Our organization is a small organization, though it does great work, but in quantity it is small. With what we collect from social work benefits, we can sustain the organization, We can pay our employees and we can save, but only a part”.
In this sense, when the decision is made to transform technology for its scientific and care purposes, “we need help to be able to make our dreams come true.” Verónica Barro reiterated her gratitude “to the province, to the people who trust us and of course the commitment to continue, both technical and human resources”, where she reflected on the sustainable training that the world needs today There is a need in terms of technology and precision medicine.
“The merit—she continued—belongs to the board of directors, the women who volunteer, they don’t get paid to do that work, they go ahead and arrange to get the money, they’re really incredible.” are women.”
For this reason, she said that in her role as medical director “I remain at the institution because I see support and respect as a professional, but I believe that without these women this institution cannot move forward.” It is impossible to increase. We must thank them”, concluded Dr. Veronica Baro.