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13:57

What to do

Classical music, art and food at the beach

Tony Bryant

...of over six people with a special discount for those wish to attend the entire seven days. A percentage of the ticket sales will be donated to the Cudeca cancer hospice in Benalmádena.

18:35

Sport

"It's a great pleasure to host the Andalucía Masters"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

“Seeing my foundation’s emblem around the course made me very proud” The Sergio García Foundation managed to raise 65,480 euros for the Spanish Cancer association (AECC) during the Spanish Open. “Seeing the foundation’s emblem around the course made me ... feel very proud. A lot of people came, many of whom went to our stand. I want to thank everyone who donated; the money that we raised will be used to support the families of those that are affected by cancer.” Sergio García established the foundation

10:57

LifeStyle

The error of eating five times a day

DANIEL ROLDÁN

...readjust the immune system, and says people should return to eating the most natural products, including vegetables, fish, olive oil and dried fruits. Never red meat. “The protein content of any meat is linked to an increased mortality, cancer and

11:12

LifeStyle

Harald Zur Hausen: “People can't not vaccinate their babies”

VÍCTOR NÚÑEZ JAIME

Harald Zur Hausen is a German scientist who has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine. He received it in 2008 for discovering that the human papilloma virus (HPV) is the principal cause of cervical cancer. He developed a vaccine to prevent it ... on cancer research and prevention which was organised by the National Oncological Research Centre, La Sexta TV channel and the Axa Foundation. “HPV is the most common sexually transmitted virus, but 15 or 20 years can pass before the cancer appears ... were given to the people who are today parents and grandparents have contributed to the fact that in general health is better nowadays. And that is how it should continue,” says Zur Hausen, who is the former president of the Cancer Research Centre in

11:47

LifeStyle

Shattering the myths about the pill and periods

DORI AYLLÓN

Society for Contraception. On the contrary, they prevent colon and endometrial cancer and cysts, and are good for the skin. Although they are not dangerous for health, more than one third of the women (36.9 per cent) said they would not use them because

11:53

LifeStyle

Start a hobby or learn a new skill

SUR IN ENGLISH

...euros to help fundraising for the Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice. Established 17 years ago, Estepona Floral Art Club has members and visitors from Nerja to Gibraltar. Once a month the group holds a flower arranging demonstration by a visiting NAFAS (the

18:04

LifeStyle

Knitters make donation to local hospital

Tony Bryant

...grateful for the knitters continued support. The knitters also presented approximately 100 knitted hats to the children's cancer unit.

13:52

LifeStyle

Haircuts which have the ability to change lives

PATRICIA PINEDA

Mechones Solidarios is a non-profit organisation, created four years ago, which makes wigs for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment. Last Sunday, on their anniversary, the charity hosted an event in Muelle Uno, inside Malaga's port, to

20:52

LifeStyle

Virtually run the New York Marathon and raise money for breast cancer sufferers

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

The Asosiación Española contra el Cancer (AECC) in Malaga has started a campaign to raise money for psychological help for women who have just been diagnosed with breast cancer. FUNDRAISING CONCERT uWhat: New Sound Big Band concert in aid of ... people suffering from breast cancer and their families uWhere and when: Teatro Cervantes, 16 October, 20.30 uPrice: 15 euros, www.teatrocervantes.com To this end, they have created the website MNY Por Ellas (www.mnyporellas.es), where anyone who ... distance of the marathon. 19 October is World Breast Cancer Day and the AECC will be hosting events which aim to raise awareness of the importance of early breast cancer diagnosisAt the press conference in Malaga city hall, where this initiative was

12:12

LifeStyle

Celebrating palliative care - with the chance of a prize

SUR IN ENGLISH

...special draw on 1 January 2018. Cudeca Hospice will use the funds raised to offer specialised care and attention to patients with cancer or other advanced terminal illnesses and to provide support to their families.

13:38

Gibraltar

'Think Pink' and 'Walk for Life' this weekend

D.B

Today, Friday 20 October, is 'Think Pink Day', and people are asked to wear pink at work and at home to raise awareness of breast cancer and the need for early detection and prevention. On Saturday morning (21st) you can do the 'Walk for Life'

20:21

Sport

Malaga City Run attracts record numbers once again

fernando morgado

...include the Spanish Association Against Cancer, Cotolengo, the Andrés Olivares Foundation and the Malaga Autism Foundation, with profits of the run's official t-shirts, sold at three euros each, being distributed between them. An early lead Abdelhadi

11:45

LifeStyle

A beautiful mind

...expressive and lively blue eyes was an extraordinary woman, full of intelligence, humanity, tenacity and passion for life. After Fred died of cancer that impression proved to be right. Joan was determined to build a hospice in the province of Malaga, where ... with the doctor Marisa Martín, to start the activity that so many people and institutions recognise and are grateful for today. In 2002 Joan Hunt received an OBE for her work to develop palliative care for cancer in southern Spain. Our “beautiful

11:50

LifeStyle

Cancer association to benefit from paella contest

Rincón de la Victoria will be holding the town's 4th charity paella contest on Sunday in aid of organisations that help women suffering from breast cancer. The charities are AMUAXA, a women's association in Rincón de la Victoria; ASAMMA, the ... association for women who have had breast cancer surgery; and FMAEC, the Malaga foundation for assistance to cancer patients. The event will take place in the Plaza de la Constitución from 12 noon.

12:13

LifeStyle

A 'Haywire' theatre production, bowls cup and donations

SUR IN ENGLISH

...from 11.30am to 1.15pm. Cudeca Coffee morning A new coffee morning in aid of the Cudeca Cancer Hospice will be inaugurated at the Mamá Carmen Café in Torremolinos on Saturday 28 October. This new initiative, which will be held each Saturday

13:19

What to do

Guy Fawkes gala fundraising dinner

TONY BRYANT

The Villa Tiberio restaurant in Marbella is holding its annual fundraising gala evening on Sunday 5 November. The gala dinner, held in aid of the Cudeca Cancer Hospice and Unicef, will be hosted by Selina Mackenzie of Talk Radio Europe and the

10:21

LifeStyle

Almost half of people in Spain report suffering from stress

SUR

...studies even relate stress with a higher risk of getting cancer. Stress is also directly associated with premature ageing, altering the immune system and generally increasing fragility, decreased functionality, coronary diseases, osteoporosis and

10:48

LifeStyle

Four doctors from Malaga win awards from the Top Doctors directory

SUR

Pneumologist: Renowned expert on asthma, sleep apnea, broncoscopy, lung cancer and emphysema. He is a professor at the University Nursing School of Ronda, in Malaga. JUAN JOSÉ GÓMEZ DOBLAS Cardiology: An international expert on his speciality, he runs the

11:21

LifeStyle

The Materno hospital uses a technique which means breast cancer patients need less surgery

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

The breast unit at the Materno hospital is the only one in the Andalusian health service to have a technique which means that women whose breast cancer has returned will not have to undergo further surgery. None of the patients to whom this ... with breast cancer in the early stages and need surgery to remove a tumour, and patients with a high risk of getting breast cancer again. Also, the tumour must not be more than four centimetres in diameter and the patient cannot have received

10:36

LifeStyle

About 100 people learn how to deal with and combat constant pain

IVÁN GELIBTER

Association Against Cancer (AECC), the Multiple Sclerosis Association of Marbella-San Pedro (A.M.P.E.M-N.A), the Association of Patients with Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and other rheumatic illnesses (APAFFER) and the Fibromyalgia Association of

12:20

Local

Local council gives 8,000 euros to Cudeca

A.G.

...stage four cancer in Torremolinos who need constant palliative care, whether it be in their homes or in the hospice. Support will be given to families of cancer sufferers. Cudeca has been providing palliative care for patients with degenerative

13:59

What to do

Cudeca Goldies Christmas fair

Tony Bryant

Yorkshire Linen, in aid of Positively Pink and Cudeca, will start from the linen store in Mijas at 11am and finish at St Anthony's college. The walk is in memory of Ann Cullimore, the mother of a Yorkshire Linen employee who recently died of cancer. There

12:48

Gibraltar

Magical Christmas event for children's cancer charity at Ocean Village

Debbie Bartlett

On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Ocean Village will once again be hosting its Magical Christmas celebration to raise funds for Research into Childhood Cancer. Last year's event raised £1,126 and the organisers hope that this year will be even more

12:50

Gibraltar

Three honoured in the Mayor's Awards

Debbie Bartlett

...individual to safety. Her Worship the Mayor also presented Mrs Mercy Posso with the Community Award, which was in recognition of her dedication and commitment to the Breast Cancer Support Charity in Gibraltar.

11:23

LifeStyle

Prostate cancer, the most common tumour in men

LINDA ONTIVEROS

Sevilla FC head coach Eduardo Berizzo revealed recently that he is suffering from prostate cancer, through a statement issued by the club. His is one of 33,000 cases diagnosed in Spain each year. Berizzo is suffering from a prostatic adenocarcinoma, ... the most common histological type of cancer among Spaniards, although it is the third in terms of mortality after lung and colon cancers. NINE SYMPTOMS 1. Mictional urgency: the urgent need to urinate or the involuntary loss of urine. 2. Increased ... oedemas (swelling) in the lower limbs and kidney failure. “Most patients who are diagnosed with prostate cancer can survive this tumour thanks to the existence of treatments which, if applied in the early stages, can cure or ensure a long survival which

12:00

What to do

Christmas concert for Cudeca

TONY BRYANT

...ticket will be donated to the Cudeca Cancer Hospice. The Cudeca Goldies will also be on hand for the final drive of their prize Christmas raffle, with a first prize of a brand new car. Doors open at 8pm and the show will start at 9pm. For more

17:49

Gibraltar

Christmas charity event raises nearly £1500

Debbie Bartlett

The Ocean Village Magic Christmas event last weekend raised £1,476.26 for the Research into Childhood Cancer charity, and it was the most successful fundraising event in the history of Ocean Village. Children and adults alike enjoyed musical

11:03

LifeStyle

Moustaches and coffee mornings for a good cause

SUR IN ENGLISH

Cudeca Cancer Hospice Roger's birthday bash Roger Humpidge celebrated his 70th Birthday in Benahavís and managed to raise money for Cudeca Cancer Hospice at the same time. Guests attending the party gave a prize for the raffle instead of ... Torremolinos was held recently in aid of Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice. Nearly 85 euros was raised at the event which was organised by John Hennessy with help from numerous volunteers. Showstoppers Banana Studios performed a tribute to the West End shows ... which included Grease, Les Miserables, Copacabana, Mamma Mia and Matilda among others last month and raised 820 euros for Cudeca. Prostate Cancer Research Movember Friends of The Olive Tree Bar in Coín grew their beards and moustaches for

10:41

LifeStyle

Drink less to keep the Christmas weight at bay

CARMEN PARRA

...the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) remarked that if a glass of wine contains 177 calories on average , this is the equivalent of eating two chocolate biscuits. For most people to burn 100 calories, which is roughly the equivalent of a can of beer,

10:41

LifeStyle

Fighting sun damage on the Costa

NIEVES CASTRO

...importance of early cancer diagnoses, and reducing casualties and death. With this international campaign, in collaboration with the Danish consulate, they have managed to reach the Scandinavian population: the Danish, Finnish, Swedish, and Norwegian ... suffering from skin cancer. Furthermore, they highlight that, unlike with other foreign residents, Scandinavian people have different attitudes to sun protection and there is often a language barrier with these citizens which makes it difficult for them to

10:47

LifeStyle

“Where cancer is concerned, exercise and a healthy diet are as important as medication”

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Physical exercise and a healthy diet are a way of preventing cancer. The director of the Medical Oncology units at the Carlos Haya and Clínico Universitario hospitals in Malaga, says it has been scientifically demonstrated that healthy lifestyle ... habits, including exercise and the Mediterranean diet, can be as effective as the best cancer drugs on the market. Dr Alba made these comments while presenting a pioneer programme aimed at aiding recovery for women who have undergone breast cancer ... the treatment (mainly chemotherapy). These symptoms sometimes manifest themselves in memory or speech problems. Dr Alba warned that excess weight is the second most common cause of cancer in the world and said it is a real problem, not only in the

14:41

Local

Judge orders removal of Torrox phone mast

SUR

...installed, residents living in the area have reported a rise in the number of cancer cases, which they believe has been caused by the mast.

14:59

LifeStyle

Discovering the oldest cases of breast cancer and multiple myeloma

V. N. J.

A team of investigators, among them anthropologists from Granada university, has discovered the oldest cases of breast cancer and multiple myeloma, a type of bone marrow cancer, in two mummies found in Qubbet el Hawa, an ancient Egyptian cemetery in ... mummies, in this case from the Roman period. Reconstruction with special software has allowed them to investigate every detail of these mummies: one is of a nine-year-old boy, another of a teenage girl. While the older mummies affected by cancer have been

10:48

LifeStyle

Nativity scenes and carols usher in the festive period

Daryl Finch

...live animals. The event, celebrating its 32nd year, raised funds for the Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer . The air of Malaga city centre, meanwhile, was filled with the sound of Christmas as around twenty 'pastorales' groups from across the

18:58

LifeStyle

A policeman dressed as Spiderman

JUAN CANO

Little Jayden was suffering from brain cancer which ended his life a month later, at Christmas in 2014. That video, which went viral, gave Edu the idea: “I'm going to take Spiderman to hospitals in Spain,” he decided. So he set to work. First, he had to ... force in Madrid. On his days off and holidays, he dresses in the costume of the superhero, fills his car with petrol (at his own expense) and goes off to different hospitals to visit children who are suffering from cancer. “I've been to hospitals in ... everything himself: “I would cut off my hand rather than ask parents for money”“When I was little, when I used to see famous people visiting children with cancer in hospital, I used to ask myself why they couldn't be like any other child, at home in their

18:59

LifeStyle

"I'm Batman and together we're the 'Superheroes of Hearts' "

J. C.

Hearts',” says Andrés Olivares, president of the foundation which bears his name and works on emotional help for children with cancer, and their families. Although they arrived at the same destination, they did so via different roads. For Edu 'Balboa', ... the police offer and Spiderman, it was through empathy, while for Andrés it was due to a very traumatic personal experience. His son Luis had leukemia and, after a long battle against the cancer, he died in 2007. He was nine years old. “I had this idea