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14:59

LifeStyle

'The sea and cancer both test your strength'

JUDITH ROMERO

Sport has always been part of María Aldama's life, but it became even more indispensable to her in 2017, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and had chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a double mastectomy. Nevertheless, the illness wasn't able to ... stop her and she is now taking part in an ambitious challenge as one of five cancer survivors who are sailing around Spain. Stop-off in Malaga The Green Dragon, sailed by the five breast cancer survivors, reached Malaga port this Monday. The women ... Having cancer is similar in a way; you don't know what you're going to find the next day. You think you can't cope with it, but then you find inner strength," said María. The sailing team in Malaga on Monday.FRANCISCO HINOJOSA It will take the five

13:57

Local

'At Cudeca we hope to end the year without closing any service, but next year could be different'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

The name Cudeca means 'Cuidados del cancer' (Cancer Care), and the charity has been true to its name for nearly thirty years now. Through her work, chief executive and medical director Marisa Martín Roselló, has seen the effects of suffering and ... becomes emotional). Your question refers to how life changes. That is exactly what happens to patients with cancer and their families. Suddenly the world stops and everything changes. That's why, when I'm feeling low, I walk around and see the patients and

15:08

LifeStyle

TAPAS fashion show raises funds for cancer support and abandoned animals

Tony Bryant

...beneficiaries were the cancer support group, Un Sí Por La Vida; and 4 Paws Adoptions, a Malaga-based association that finds homes for abandoned animals. The guests also enjoyed a special performance by the amateur theatrical group's choir. Part of the event

16:24

Local

Duquesa pub owners reach 10,000-euro charity target

Jennie Rhodes

...holding events, the couple have raised money for The Royal British Legion, Heart Animal Rescue, the Bobby Moore cancer fund, SOS Los Barrios dog pound, Adana, Samaritans, the Charitable Society of St George, Pat's Rescue Retreat, Sotogrande Charitable Cat ... Society, Gatos de Manilva, Acorn, Friends for Cancer and Luisana kid's charity. Sarah told SUR in English that they plan to carry on with the quizzes for charities, as well as organising a further seasonal fundraiser for the children of Sabinillas through

19:33

LifeStyle

Recycled glass campaign to benefit breast cancer victims

Tony Bryant

More than 225 kilos of glass has been collected during the 'Recycling Glass for Them' cancer campaign that was held in Torremolinos last month. The campaign, now in its fourth year, was organised by Ecovidrio, a non-profit entity responsible for ... managing the recycling of glass-packaging waste in Spain. The initiative was launched on World Breast Cancer Day, when two pink containers were installed in front of the town hall, in which residents were asked to place their waste glass. The proceeds ... from the recycled glass, which this year had seen an increase of 13 per cent, were donated to the Sandra Ibarra Cancer Foundation. Torremolinos was awarded the green flag for recycling in the initiative 'Green Flags for Sustainability', which

10:50

LifeStyle

Foundation gives 15,000 euros to cancer charity

SUR IN ENGLISH

Malaga. Representatives from the Spanish cancer association, AECC were in Mijas recently to pick up a cheque for 15,000 euros from Fundación CLC World. The funds were raised by staff at the CLC holiday resort in Mijas during the month of October

13:22

LifeStyle

Fighting cancer all the Way

MATÍAS STUBER

Sixty children, aged between two and 19, all of whom are receiving or have received treatment for cancer from Malaga's chidren's hospital, reached Santiago de Compostela's Obradoiro square last weekend, after travelling more than 100 kilometres. The ... children and their families, who are all united by their battles with the illness, set off on their walk on 22 June. The aim of their journey, organised by AVOI (Volunteers Association for Children with Cancer) was to raise money for and awareness about ... the news that his son had a brain tumour, and the cancer had already affected his whole body. He was only nine years old at the time. "After the tumour was removed, little Nicolás was bed-bound without being able to move or turn his head," his