On Thursday, October 25th at 8:00 pm, at the iconic Ateneo de Madrid, the Illustrious Ramón y Cajal Academy of Health Sciences awarded the Canis Majoris Foundation with the Medal of Health Merit in recognition of the Foundation´s excellent professional trajectory and noted prestige in the field of health. The Illustrious Ramón y Cajal Academy of Health Sciences wished to give recognition for the actions, that so often go unnoticed, to the many professionals who dutifully fulfill their role each day and stand out for their social commitment, ethical values and merits when contributing to the development of society in the area of Health.
The president of the Academy, Dr. Carmen Slocker, addressed the laureates stating; “This Medal of Health Merit is our way of thanking you for your commitment and tonight we would like to endow you with our utmost respect and admiration for your tireless efforts”.
Doctor Valentín Corces, Board member of the Canis Majoris Foundation, received this most honorable award for the entire team at the Foundation.
Our most sincere thanks to the Illustrious Ramón y Cajal Academy of Health Sciences. We will continue to extend our unconditional commitment to people with functional diversity and those at risk of psychosocial exclusion, our research at the frontiers of knowledge and with the promotion of culture and education.
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