First interview with Sara Gómez’s mother.
Sara’s sister: “We have to live up to it and keep fighting because she asked me to”
The PSOE has brought to Congress this Tuesday a Non-Law Proposal on cosmetic surgery and the fight against intrusion and pseudoscience, also known as the ‘Sara Law’, to promote the necessary actions to guarantee patient safety in this area, ensuring that All health activities are performed by medical professionals.
The PSOE takes the ‘Sara Law’ to Congress to fight against intrusiveness in Aesthetic Medicine
The name of the NLP refers to Sara Gómez, who died last January after undergoing liposculpture in Murcia. “She was operated on by a doctor who did not have the specialty. After that, she was transferred to an ICU and died as a result of serious injuries,” recalled the defender of the PNL, the PSOE deputy Marisol Sánchez Jódar. “I hope that we will be able to achieve unanimity without nuances, without objections and without reproaches,” she added.
Sara’s mother speaks for the first time on television
‘It’s already noon’ has spoken with the family of Sara Gómez. Felisa, mother of Sara, until now had never had the strength to give an interview on television: “I have mixed feelings. I am happy because the Sara law is approved and it will save many lives. She is the one who gives us the strength and energy necessary and I am going to remain calm because there will be no more Saras, which is what we want”, said Sara’s mother, very moved.
The message that Sara gave her sister before she died
“We have to live up to it and keep fighting because she asked me to,” Sara’s sister revealed when she recounted the message her sister gave her shortly before she died.
Source: Telecinco – Noticias de última hora, realities y series by www.telecinco.es.
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