A widow for two years, she is the mother of four children but none of them had the economic conditions to help him. Her husband, Juan Carlos Salteño, a former federal police officer, died of cancer and the woman underwent a procedure to collect pensions, but she never received a response to this day. It does not impose subsidies or pensions, nor does it have social work, he only received a bonus of 400 pesos per month from IPLyC.
With the diagnosis of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) he has difficulty breathing, chronic cough, infection, chest tightness, fatigue and inability to carry out any physical activity. Regardless of his health condition, he managed to make chips and bread, and went to sell on the streets or go to barter where he tried to get something to survive.
THE FIRST EDITION visited him at his home on Calle General Mosconi 6636, where he lived 40 years ago. "I started the procedure for taking my husband's pension, but they never gave me any response and now The truth is that I don't have a way to support myself, I don't have to survive, even to eat and with my health conditions it's hard for me to walk because of the heat it produces ", count the woman. Ramona has urgent needs and needs help. He admitted that he was well cared for in the hospital but did not have the money to buy the medicine he prescribed and there were days he did not have to eat.
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