Pedro Sanchez, the president of the government, has promised to implement it immediately. right to be forgotten oncology, a measure that will come into force in June. This was announced this Saturday during a meeting with associations fighting cancer in Seville.
The intent of the Government is that all sections based on oncological history “that exclude or discriminate when contracting products or services” and prohibiting that suffering from cancer serves to “impose more onerous terms in insurance contracts”.
In addition, the government plans to set up Right not to declare that someone has cancer When these ex-patients go to get mortgage loan insurance. According to Moncloa sources, these new rights will benefit all people who have completed cancer treatment five years before the date of signing the contract.
To give effect to this, the government will promote an amendment to Royal Legislative Decree 1/2007 of 16 November, which approves the common law and other complementary laws to protect consumers and users, and the consolidated text of insurance contract law. ,
In the meeting, which took place at the headquarters of the delegation of the Andalusian government, and was attended by the Minister of Health, José Manuel Minones, Pedro Sánchez wanted to thank the work of all the associations in the fight against cancer, of all the institutions and the thousands of people who have contributed to the fight against cancer. has worked to make the right to be forgotten a reality, because, as he has said, it makes no sense that after suffering a serious illness, they are also punished with harsh conditions.
He also apprised his interlocutors of other actions being taken by the government in the fight against cancer. With regard to investment in research, the President referred to the 480 million allocated by Science and Innovation for more than 1,000 research projects against cancer between 2018 and 2022, which were channeled through Vanguard Health Parte.
With regard to prevention and early detection, he cited, among others, the new cancer strategy of the National Health System (SNS) 2021, which focuses on early detection, population screening and long-term survivorship care; The 2022-2023 Primary Care Action Plan, with 172.4 million to strengthen PCs by CCAAs in 2023 and 434 million to improve infrastructure and equipment, or the INVATE plan (Investment in High Technology Equipment), which it called 800 million concentrated since. 2021.
The meeting was attended by representatives of the Spanish Association Against Cancer (Aeccd), the Spanish Federation of Parents of Children with Cancer, the Spanish Federation of Breast Cancer (Fecma), the Spanish Group of Cancer Patients (Gepac), the Marco Luna Association. and those affected by Asako Ovarian Cancer.