The report of the Institute of Legal Medicine (IML) of Seville on whether or not or not the previous socialist president of the Junta, José Antonio Griñán, can proceed in jail the remedy he has left for the prostate most cancers he suffers, signifies that he wants “vigilance slim” and reiterates that it’s “not very suitable with life in jail.
In the report, derived from Griñán’s go to to the IML in Seville, within the Prado de San Sebastián Courts, it’s indicated that the previous president has completed his radiotherapy classes “however continues with the hormonal remedy” and “it’s unknown if his evolution It will likely be favorable or unfavorable, since he’s pending medical check-ups in June or September”.
To this finish, the doc warns that the consideration of “a really critical illness, pending evolution” “persists” and that Griñán faces “unwanted side effects” of his remedy that require “shut monitoring”, when the Penitentiary Center of Seville has notified that for circumstances like this it has to resort to “exterior hospital providers”.
Reiterates the report issued in January
In this sense, the Institute of Legal Medicine of Seville recovers on this new doc the premise of its preliminary report of January, relating to that “the unwanted side effects of hormonal remedy and radiotherapy, in addition to the frequent critiques to which it have to be submitted , appear hardly suitable with life in jail”.
Said report is already within the fingers of the Court of Seville, which has given a interval of three days to the Prosecutor’s Office and personal prosecution, exercised by PP, to rule on it.