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15:11

Gibraltar

Annual skin cancer screening day is on Saturday at the Primary Care Centre

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Health Authority is holding its annual skin cancer screening day on Saturday (13 April), from 9am to 1pm at the Primary Care Centre. Anyone interested in having moles or growths on their skin checked is asked to use the entrance via ... the front of the ICC building. Users should also remember that these checks are only to detect possible skin cancer and not for advice on other skin problems such as psoriasis or eczema. The GHA says these screening days are important as they

10:28

Local

Cudeca announces revenue of four million euros for 2018

Tony Bryant

During the annual results presentation held in Benalmádena this week, the Cudeca Foundation announced an income of more than four million euros for 2018. The money had been raised throughout the year via Cudeca's charity shops, fundraising events and

17:38

Gibraltar

Officer trains for marathon effort for cancer relief

ASH BOLTON

A Royal Gibraltar Police officer is swapping her boots for her running shoes as she prepares to run the Lisbon Marathon in Portugal later this year. Sharon Berini is hoping to raise thousands of pounds for The Cancer Relief Centre by completing ... the gruelling 42-kilometre run. The officer will be running the marathon in memory of her mother Catherine Berini, who passed away from cancer in January 2018. For Sharon, 43, who was born in Peterborough, and has been in the RGP for 12 years, this ... will be her first marathon on 20 October. Asked what made her want to run a marathon, she told SUR in English: "It was a moment of madness I think! I wanted to raise money for the Cancer Relief Centre in Gibraltar as my mum was diagnosed with terminal

17:31

Local

More than a third of deaths from colon cancer could be prevented through screening

Ángel Escalera

Colon cancer took the lives of 422 people in Malaga province last year, which is a rate of 26 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants according to the Observatory of the Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC). Of those deaths, 136 were people aged ... between 50 and 69 (a rate of 33 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants), which is the highest age range for colorectal cancer. More than a third of these deaths could have been prevented with suitable screening for this type of tumour, says the director of the ... Oncology Unit of the public hospitals in Malaga and professor of Oncology at Malaga university, Emilio Alba. To improve the early detection of colon cancer, a high percentage of the population needs to take a test for hidden blood in faeces; these are

16:46

National

The survival rate of cervical cancer is over 90 per cent in Spain if the condition is detected on time

SUR

In Spain approximately 2,000 cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed each year, but the illness has a survival rate of 90 per cent if detected on time, said Dr Andrés Carlos López Díaz, head of the Gynaecology and Obstetrics Department at the ... Quirónsalud hospital in Malaga. The specialist was speaking on Tuesday, World Cervical Cancer Day, to raise awareness of the importance of prevention and early detection of this illness through regular gynaecological check-ups and the use of protection ... explained, at present only about 46 per cent of cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed at an early stage.

15:13

Sport

Women rugby players raise funds for Cudeca with tournament this Saturday

SUR IN ENGLISH

This Saturday, 30 March, the sports complex on the Teatinos campus of Malaga university will host the seventh edition of the Women's Rugby-7 Tournament Against Cancer which this year will see all proceeds go to the Cudeca Hospice based in ... Benalmádena. Teams from Malaga, Seville, Granada and Ciudad Real will all participate with the double aim of raising funds for the fight against cancer and to give greater visibility to women's rugby. The day's events will begin at 9am with the

14:04

LifeStyle

Classic motorbikes and cars at annual rally

SUR IN ENGLISH

...years, rockets were set off in memory of bikers who had passed away, this was made all the more poignant this year as the funds raised this year will go to Un Sí Por La Vida, a charity which helps patients suffering from cancer in Alhaurín el Grande and ... Director, presents the cheque to Esther Ráez from Cudeca.SUR On 15 February, the Marbella Golf Country Club held the Members Memorial Charity Tournament to help support the Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice. A cheque for 620 euros, raised by the players who

13:11

LifeStyle

Restaurant launches special recipe to 'Heal The World'

SUR IN ENGLISH

...breast cancer. In May it will be the turn of the NGO INPAVI which helps families at risk of social exclusion and /or poverty, and in June the Ronald McDonald Foundation will be the focus of the restaurant. Vino Mío has for many years had a close

14:28

Education

Queens British Grammar School is 'Doing it for Laura'

SUR IN ENGLISH

Christmas that she has glioblastoma, an extremely aggressive form of brain cancer. The prognosis is poor with this disease and the length of survival following diagnosis is just 12 to 15 months. Fewer than three to five per cent of people survive longer

12:39

What to do

Clubs and societies set to celebrate 20 years of Nerja's Residents' Day

Jennie Rhodes

...the town. This year 39 clubs and societies, including Cudeca Cancer Hospice, various animal charities, international organisations, the town hall and businesses will have stalls around the plaza, which is located behind the town hall near to the ... All the money raised goes towards helping people with cancer." Peter MacLeod, from the 41 Club, said: "We welcome the opportunity to promote our club. We have nearly 50 members from 10 different countries, with a big social side, monthly meetings

16:42

Local

La Concha mountain hike this Saturday in aid of Cudeca

Tony Bryant

A fundraising hike will take place on Saturday 16 March (tomorrow) to raise money for the Cudeca Cancer Hospice. Organised by the All in 1 Café in Benahavís, the charity walk will begin at the Hotel El Refugio de Juanar in Ojén. Participants will

18:13

Opinion

A portrait of Mrs Joan Hunt

MARISA MARTÍN, CHIEF EXECUTIVE AND MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF CUDECA

...again, another setback. Her husband Fred died of cancer. But not even the illness that snatched him away from her could destroy her spirit. On the contrary, it awoke a positive, caring energy in her that became the driving force of something as wonderful ... A doctor who had looked after Fred says she will always remember the day Joan returned to the Red Cross hospital after Fred's death and announced that she was going to devote the rest her life to improving the care of terminally ill cancer patients

14:48

LifeStyle

Malaga's forgotten female writers

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...de Hoy released a translated version which, on the front cover, referred to her marriage with Brenan to attract readers. She died of cancer in 1968 and is buried in the English Cemetery in Malaga. María Rosa de Gálvez (Malaga, 1768 - Madrid, 1806) -

11:56

Opinion

Good buy my love

Peter Edgerton

...the marvellous Cancer Care Association founded in 1991 by the equally marvellous Joan Hunt). I bounded through the door, took one look at the men's jacket section, spied a cool suede number, tried it on, paid the friendly and jovial women at the

17:43

LifeStyle

Spain tops global ranking of healthiest countries in latest Bloomberg analysis

SUR

...places since results were last published two years ago. KEY INSIGHTS Living to the ripe age of 86. Spain will have the highest average life expectancy in the world by 2040 says University of Washington data. Decline in heart conditions and cancer. A ... Analysts have said that the Spanish public health system stood out for "the special attention paid to growing children, women and older people, which has succeeded in bringing down heart disease and cancer", according to Bloomberg. Spain's longest life

15:10

LifeStyle

Raising the Welsh flag for St David's Day

Tony Bryant

Positively Pink and Blue, the Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer and the Ty Olwen Hospice in Swansea. This year, the organisation, which has so far raised over 12,000 euros, will be supporting FAMA, and the Last Chance Animal Rescue, two local animal

11:03

LifeStyle

Spanish Cancer Association puts helpline number on water cartons for patients

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

One of the aims of the Spanish Cancer Association (AECC) is to make the services it offers available to patients and their families at any time of day, any day of the year. With this in mind, the Malaga headquarters of the association has reached an ... agreement with Ly Company Malaga. The Spanish Cancer Association will put their 24-hour cancer care line on the Ly Company's cardboard water containers. The cardboard water container has already been distributed in the Costa del Sol Hospital, and over the ... when they arrive at the hospital is buy a bottle of water. Our volunteers distribute the water for free so that patients have our contact number and can get in touch any time." explained a spokesperson for the Spanish Cancer Association. The manager of

10:59

LifeStyle

Santiago makes his debut in the Costa del Sol hospital kitchens

Mónica Pérez

...patient at the hospital. "I have been a patient here several times, once with cancer. I know how it feels to be a patient here. One day, Dr. Sanchez Cantos asked me to make a special menu for this anniversary, and of course I accepted. Whenever I can do

11:09

LifeStyle

Gleaming classic cars on the Costa

SUR IN ENGLISH

Jaguar, a Morgan, a MG Midget and a rare Nissan took part. A collection raised money for Cudeca Cancer Hospice. The SOL Classic Car Club is exhibiting at the Malaga Retro in the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos in Malaga until 27 January. Email:

12:30

LifeStyle

"The ageing population means that more palliative care will be necessary"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

It was started through the personal efforts of Joan Hunt, a British pensioner living on the Costa del Sol whose husband died of cancer, but the Fundación Cuidados del Cáncer, otherwise known as Cudeca, has become one of the most important solidarity ... necessary, because the population is getting older and there will be many deaths as a result of illnesses, whether cancer, organ deficiencies or neurological illnesses. We want to work on those lines to identify the most complex situations. Pain control, for ... which used to surround cancer, such a long and painful illness, gone now? Things are changing little by little. The word cancer still means the possibility that death is near, and that makes people afraid, but it is true that there are new therapies

11:11

LifeStyle

"Beard Brexit" votes to raise money for two cancer care charities

SUR

...donation to either the Cudeca Cancer Care hospice in Spain or Macmillan Cancer Care. "The charity for the Stay campaign is Cudeca and the charity for the Leave is Macmillan in the UK," Ian said. On 29 March the charity with the most donations will be

11:02

LifeStyle

Handmade scarves, a wintry way to raise money for Cudeca

SUR

Residents and visitors to the Fuengirola area are being urged to pay a visit to a local pilates studio next Tuesday, 8 January, in order to help the Cudeca cancer care charity. From 9am to 10pm, handmade scarves will be available at the Living ... Pilates Studio (Calle Simancas 2) in Fuengirola, in return for a voluntary donation towards Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice. The scarves are handmade by Cristóbal Corral, an 83-year-old retiree, with sheep wool of various thicknesses and colours. Cristóbal

10:22

LifeStyle

Your stars for 2019

Cancer 22 June - 23 July A big part of last year saw you being shunted out of your comfort zone and into awkward situations, but by this spring, life becomes more ordered. Even so, your most creative moments and ideas will come out of the blue. This ... bad habits. Who needs them anyway? Not you, Cancer! Overall:A year in which you need to show your confidence and build on your ability to influence others. Leo 24 July - 23 August With your naturally high standards and expectations of

12:07

LifeStyle

Celebrating life by ringing a bell

Mónica Pérez

Miriam Segura, who lived in Mijas, died from cancer a year ago. Her case went viral thanks to her blog 'Psicococina de Ideas', where she told of her experiences and where, in February 2016, she referred to this bell and the way that cancer patients ... it happen, but this week her relatives, friends, colleagues at the AECC cancer association and staff at the hospital made her dream of a bell come true. The Oncology Unit now has its own 'Bell of Dreams' and on the day it was inaugurated several ... patients who had just finished their cancer treatment made it ring out loud and clear. "We are very happy to have brought this project to fruition, but at the same time very nostalgic. We have done what she wanted," said Concha Navarro, Miriam's mother,

10:05

LifeStyle

Rest in freeze

SUSANA ZAMORA

Walt Disney, who had lung cancer, dreamed of prolonging his existence beyond death and asked his loved ones to freeze his body after he died (he died in 1966). He wanted to be the first person to be cryopreserved, believing that one day, when ... January 2018 it was 51 years since James Bedford, an American professor of Psychology at the University of California, died at the age of 73 from kidney cancer. He was the first person to be encapsulated, waiting for sufficient medical advances to beat

14:39

Sport

Commentator Michael Robinson announces he has skin cancer

R. C.

Former footballer Michael Robinson, 59, has announced that he has a malignant melanoma which has metastasized. He shared news of the diagnosis on his own programme on the Movistar sports channel, where he is a highly-regarded analyst and commentato

10:56

What to do

Malaga hospital hosts an exhibition of photos used for a cancer charity calendar

Ángel Escalera

The Clínico Universitario hospital in Malaga city is currently holding an exhibition of the photographs which have been used for the Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC) 2019 calendar, called 'El arte de vivir' (The art of living). The ... by cancer to overcome their illness. Each of the photos was inspired by classic works from famous creators, but they were given a personal and individual touch by the photographers, who provided their services free of charge.

09:42

Gibraltar

Mayor's Awards presented to six people and one charity

Debbie Bartlett

...a heart attack, just two weeks after completing a first aid course. The other five recipients were presented with Community Awards: John Diaz received one in recognition of his voluntary work with the Prostate Cancer Support Group; Joseph Palmero

12:02

LifeStyle

School makes donation to Malaga children's oncology association

Jennie Rhodes

Infantil (AVOI, or child oncology volunteer association), which helps children with cancer as well as their families. Alex, Eva, Carmen, Christine and María raised the money through a series of activities which formed part of a project for their Global

12:40

LifeStyle

Aids: a success story for researchers

ARANTXA HERRANZ

...agent, which is HIV. They design specific tests to find out whether people are infected and begin research on medication to treat it. 1987.The first drug. It is discovered that AZT, used against cancer, is a very effective retroviral drug. 1996.It ... some types of cancer," he says. The results of the research into the fight against Aids is not limited to this illness, as it also enables advances with regard to other conditions. "We have never learned so much or advanced so far as we have with ... illnesses, such as Hepatitis C. In this field, they have learned a lot more about the reservoirs. "When we know how to identify the reservoirs, see how they work and tackle them, we will be closer to a cure for the illness," he says. Also, although cancer

11:55

LifeStyle

Spanish cancer association goes multilingual

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Spanish cancer association AECC (Asociación Española Contra el Cancer) has launched a new initiative to extend its services to the international community on the Costa del Sol. AECC'S FREE SERVICES Social attention. Social worker. ... Psychological therapy. Individual and group, both for the cancer victim and for their family. Physiotherapy. Prevention and rehabilitation of Lymph oedema for women affected by breast cancer. Management of orthopaedic material. Pressure mattresses, ... articulated beds, wheelchairs, etc. Diverse workshops for cancer patients and their family members. Handcrafts and DIY; keep fit class; sewing class; dance; emotions workshops; healthy eating workshops; oncology makeup and skin care. uSmoking. A group

11:49

LifeStyle

Running towards cancer research

sur

A trail of pink passed through Marbella town centre last Saturday in support of cancer research. Dozens of participants, mainly women, donned pink T-shirts for the AECC cancer association fun run. This was Marbella's seventh cancer run and the

10:20

Gibraltar

Sparkling Christmas at Ocean Village

Debbie Bartlett

Christmas lights. Music from Adele look-and-sound-alike Nikki Rae and the entire Prior Park School Choir, delighted the crowds, and visits to Santa's Grotto, which is in O'Reilly's this year, raised funds for Research into Childhood Cancer. Entry to the

12:19

LifeStyle

Support sessions offer comfort for those affected by cancer

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Foundation has initiated a campaign to promote its monthly support groups for English-speaking people with cancer or other life-limiting illnesses. MEETINGS uEstepona. American Club of Estepona on the first Thursday of the month at ... support from other people in similar situations. The meetings focus on a monthly theme concerning different aspects of cancer. The themes are suggested by the members of the group and include issues concerning every stage of the illness, from diagnosis ... patients and their families a chance to express their doubts and fears about cancer, or any other problems they want to share. Meetings are held in Estepona on the first Thursday of each month and in Marbella on the last Friday of the month . The Nerja

11:47

LifeStyle

The long ride of the law

ASH BOLTON

...event!" Good causes The funds raised during the trip will be split between several charities: Cancer Relief, the Red Cross, the Club House Gibraltar, Prostate Cancer and the Gibraltar Senior Citizens Association. It's hoped the final total raised