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11:22

Local

Dana's partner arrested after a woman's bone is found near Arenas

A. P. / J. C. / E. C

The partner of missing Romanian woman, Dana Leonte, 31, was arrested on Wednesday after a bone, which preliminary DNA checks have revealed belong to a woman, were found near the village of Arenas, where the couple lived with their baby daughter. ... The bone has been sent off for urgent forensic test to ascertain if it belonged to the missing woman. Sergio Ruiz's arrest comes after police stepped up the investigation into Leonte's disappearance in June following the discovery of the bone as well ... as checking Ruiz's erratic behaviour and signals from his telephone corresponding to the area where the bone was found. The arrested man is now officially the main suspect in the investigation and police are trying to piece together the story of

11:23

LifeStyle

Pablo Ráez's legacy lives on and is saving lives thanks to voluntary bone marrow donations in Marbella

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...would be saving. Along with other officers, César donated blood and bone marrow in a campaign started by the Local Police force in Marbella to continue the campaign started by Pablo Ráez. He doesn't normally talk about his donation, but when he does ... many other people tell him they have donated as well. "But they haven't," he says. "They have given a sample for the bone marrow bank, but they haven't actually donated. They don't fully understand the process". When the blood is extracted, a sample ... is kept for the Bone Marrow Donors Register (REDMO) which was created by the Fundación Josep Carreras in conjunction with the world donor bank. Only half of the parametres necessary to check compatibility with a possible recipient are checked in that

11:31

Local

Experienced mountaineers and hunters asked to join search for Dana

EUGENIO CABEZAS

The Guardia Civil along with the Andalusian mountaineering federation (FAM) are calling for experienced mountaineers and hunters to help in a search for any traces of the missing Romanian woman, Dana Leonte. The search will take place on Saturday 3

14:54

Local

Judge in Dana Leonte case maintains partner hit her with bat

SUR/EFE

...daughter. Police using sniffer dogs, drones and satellites continue their search for the missing woman's body in the area where a thigh bone, which has been linked to her through DNA tests, was found last week. Geolocation tests carried out on the ... couple's mobile phones have also shown signals coming from the area where the bone was found at the time of her disappearance. While the investigation continues, the government has decided to include Dana Leonte on its official list of victims of domestic

13:01

LifeStyle

Hospital Costa del Sol reinstates its bone marrow donation services

MÓNICA PÉREZ MARBELLA

After Pablo Ráez's hard-fought campaign and his death at age 20 on the 25 February, the number of people donating bone marrow has increased nationally by approximately 1,300 per cent. Therefore residents in Marbella, Pablo's hometown, were shocked ... when they learnt earlier this week that Hospital Costa del Sol was no longer providing a bone marrow donation service. Yesterday, however, it was announced that the hospital will open its doors to donors once again. Originally the hospital stated

10:39

LifeStyle

Acute leukemia in children is being cured in 90 per cent of cases

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

About 90 per cent of cases of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children are being cured, thanks to bone marrow transplants and more effective chemotherapy treatments.This positive news was given recently by the head of the paediatric haematology unit ... leukemia, which is the most common type in children with an annual rate of four cases in every 100,000 children. Leukemias are the most common neoplasms in childhood, followed by tumours of the central nervous system. Bone marrow transplants are effective

13:47

National

Spanish scientists eliminate HIV in the second patient in the world to be cured

FERMÍN APEZTEGUIA

BIlbao. An international group including renowned ICREA-IrsiCaixa researcher Javier Martínez Picado has managed to eradicate all signs of the Aids virus from the body of a patient through a bone marrow transplant. It is only the second time this has ... cells, or, which is the same thing, a bone marrow transplant. Now, as before, the procedure has managed to remove at a stroke all signs of the virus in the patient's blood. The London patient, whose identity is being kept anonymous at present, has had

11:20

LifeStyle

Festive treats

PETER HARRISON

...called Theobromine which is dangerous to dogs and cats and can be fatal. Your best plan is to buy chocolate especially created for animals from your vet or good pet shop which does not contain this substance. “Give the dog a bone” is a line in a popular ... rhyme but is not sound advice for it depends on the type of bone. Poultry or rabbit bones splinter when chewed and should never be fed to animals. Marrow bones are ideal for dogs and Fido will have a great time extracting the nutritious marrow. We have ... bought three for Digger to chew over the festive season, two in reserve in the fridge. I suggest you go to a reliable butcher to buy a marrow bone or maybe a few and your dog will have hours of fun, I have heard recently of a lady owner of two Old

13:08

LifeStyle

Fragile but determined

CHARO MÁRQUEZ MARBELLA

‘brittle bone disease’ because for those who suffer from it, even a graze can cause a fracture. It is a congenital disorder, characterised by excessively fragile bones, and is caused by a deficiency in the formation of a protein, type 1 collagen. “The ... a bag with a T-shirt, sandwich and bottle of water. And, of course, the satisfaction of being able to help Paula and others with ‘brittle bone disease’. However weak she may be physically, Paula Barahona is determined to get the most out of life

14:38

LifeStyle

“Together, we can beat cancer”

Debbie Bartlett in the frame

...give something back to them, to the community, and to cancer sufferers everywhere.” Luisandro survived thanks to a bone marrow transplant from his sister, who proved to be 100 per cent compatible. He deeply regrets never having been able to meet ... Pablo Ráez, the 20-year-old from Marbella who did so much to encourage people to become bone marrow donors, but who lost his own battle against the disease just a few weeks ago. “What Pablo did was incredible. He was so brave and did so much to raise ... awareness about how a bone marrow transplant can save lives,” says Luisandro. Sadly, Pablo’s transplant (from his father) failed. “I intend to carry on where he left off, to try to get one million people to become bone marrow donors. I will continue passing