Javier Lambán, senator representing the autonomous community, general secretary of the Aragonese socialists and former president of the Government of Aragon, is going to undergo surgery tomorrow, Friday. This is what Lambán himself has indicated on his social networks: “Tomorrow I will undergo surgery to remove three small cancerous lesions in my liver. I am once again in the hands of science and the wonderful Aragonese public health system.”
Two and a half years ago, the then president of Aragon confirmed that he suffered from colon cancer, for which he underwent surgery in May 2021. Since then, he has continued to undergo medical check-ups and it was in one of them that the new disease was detected.
After the colon cancer operation and during the recovery process, Lambán, who turned 66 on August 19, practically maintained his public and institutional agenda at the head of the four-party government formed by PSOE, Podemos, CHA y PAR.
“I do the same as many other citizens of different professions, who face this same disease and continue with their ordinary activities,” he indicated.
He added that “they do it for their family, for their job, because they consider it to be their obligation or out of loyalty to their way of being and their sense of duty. I do it too, precisely for that reason.”