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15:27

Opinion

Cancer research

Ángel Escalera

The only way we're ever going to beat cancer is through research. There's no doubt about it. The silent and anonymous work being carried out by scientists has to be valued, praised and appreciated. The more money spent on fighting tumours, the more ... patients can be cured. If all cancer research stopped today, by 2030 someone would die every two seconds from a carcinoma. On the other hand, if Spain doubled the funds it spends on cancer research the patient survival rate would reach 70 per cent by ... Cancer Research Day, the Spanish cancer association AECC encouraged the general public to sign a petition to call for the creation of a national strategy on cancer research. It also aims to convince the government to double, at least, the money it has

12:02

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The purpose built village which will be a home for Alzheimer's patients

IRMA CUESTA world alzheimer's day

...society that we are looking at an illness which already costs the authorities more than any heart condition or cancer," Dr Sánchez Juan points out. The Dax project will cost 28 million euros, and there will be annual running costs of nearly seven

15:21

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Torremolinos town hall hands over 10,000-euro donation

Tony Bryant

The Social Services department of Torremolinos town hall has made a donation of 10,000 euros to the Cudeca Cancer Hospice in Benalmádena. The grant was made in recognition of the social and humanitarian work the foundation offers to cancer ... Torremolinos last week, councillor for Social Services, Pedro Pérez, highlighted the "important daily humanitarian work offered by Cudeca to patients and families affected by cancer; offering human kindness and psychological treatment, as well as palliative ... She pointed out that Cudeca's commitment is to continue to serve anyone who needs help to the extent permitted by its resources, but she also expressed concern about the rapid growth of cancer cases. "We are concerned that in the last five years the

22:15

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An art auction to benefit cancer patients, present and future

Ángel Escalera

Local painter Santiago Fernández Aragüez has donated 36 artworks, between them paintings and sculptures, to the provincial branch of the Spanish cancer association (AECC) for an auction that will take place on Thursday. The money raised will go ... towards maintaining the programmes and services run by the AECC to help alleviate the pain on oncology patients and to investigate potential cures of the disease. Cancer association gets new office equipment thanks to Fundación CLC World The works of ... Imaginada' and participate in the auction on the 13th. I'm sure that the colour in Fernández Aragüez's works will touch the hearts of many people and continue to give colour to the lives of many cancer patients."

17:41

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International Art Textile Festival to raise funds for cancer patients

Tony Bryant

...held in the Parque La Paloma on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September . Cushions for cancer. An exhibition of heart-shaped cushions for women who have undergone breast cancer surgery will be on display in Bil Bil Castle. The inauguration of the festival ... raffle This colourful festival will be used to promote the art of patchworking while raising money for cancer sufferers. A fundraising raffle will include prizes of a silk quilt made by Lyubov Lezhanina, an artist from the Russian School of Master Patch ... that help in the rehabilitation of women who have undergone surgery to remove breast cancer. The cushions, which were made by a group of women of 20 nationalities, will be donated to the Kölner Herzkissen e.V. Association in Köln, Germany. "The

18:45

Social drinking to live longer

ANDREW J. LINN

Although they may provide brief flashes of hope, the frequent news items about how wine is really good for us and can cure everything from obesity to cancer, not to mention high blood pressure, cholesterol and memory, sometimes stretch the limits of

14:58

Local

Cudeca to open Spain's first palliative care training centre in Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Foundation laid the first stone of its new training and education centre in Benalmádena on Friday. Thanks to a generous grant from Indian scientist and billionaire businessman, Dr Yusuf Hamied, the cancer charity will now be able to ... third-world countries - regardless of their ability to pay for the treatment. The ceremony of laying the first stone was held in the field adjacent to the Cudeca cancer care centre in Arroyo de la Miel, a plot that was donated by Benalmádena town hall.

14:22

LifeStyle

Raising money larking in the park

...suffering with cancer and their families. The ITS chooses a different charity to support at The Lark In The Park each year.

19:28

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Luis Fonsi to be given Global Gift Philanthropy award in Marbella

NIEVES CASTRO

Hurricane María late last year, as well as his donations to the cancer unit at St Jude's Hospital (Memphis, US). Given that the honouree will be performing at Marbella's Starlite festival three days prior to the ceremony, some are hoping that he will

16:28

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A luxury seafood diet in Paleolithic Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES

"He had a tremendous fascination for us, we could never resist him; he could "tear a cat", as Shakespeare says. But unfortunately, it was real". After returning to Malaga, Gamel Woolsey died of cancer in 1968. Brenan's diaries reveal that her final

16:23

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Gamel Woolsey, the burning poet

Alberto gómez

Queipo de Llano: “He had a tremendous fascination for us, we could never resist him; he could “tear a cat”, as Shakespeare says. But unfortunately, it was real”. After returning to Malaga, Gamel Woolsey died of cancer in 1968. Brenan’s diaries reveal

15:46

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Roots in England, flowers in Spain

JENNIE RHODES

English, adding, "In those days we didn't know anything about the dangers of the sun and skin cancer and we used to literally fry ourselves by mixing olive oil and coca cola to try to get a tan." Meant to be While there on her second visit, Cecilia met ... and Paco had six children; three boys and three girls. Sadly one of the boys died when he was just 29, 20 years ago, and about eighteen months after Paco died of cancer. Cecilia is now a grandmother to eight grandchildren: "All eight are girls." ... in Spain to helping others, something that, as last week's recognition shows, has not gone unnoticed. She has volunteered with a huge number of organisations including the cancer association AECC and Cáritas, and helped people with interpretation

17:01

LifeStyle

Fats that help to lose weight

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...carbohydrates to lose weight? Starting from the premise that obesity is even less healthy - in Spain obesity is, after smoking, the second cause of preventable death from diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular illness - the option is not to be entirely discounted.

13:35

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Famous Brits raise funds in Marbella

SUR IN ENGLISH

Children with Cancer UK Marbella gala raises 40,000 Two hundred people including a number of British celebrities dined and enjoyed music at Marbella's Villa Tiberio on 3 June as part of a gala that raised more than 40,000 euros for the charity ... Children with Cancer UK. Football pundit Harry Redknapp was in attendance, a keen supporter of the charity and friend of the host and restaurant owner, Sandro Morelli. David Sullivan, joint owner of West Ham football club, donated 5,000 pounds in his ... absence and attendees could bid on autographed memorabilia from Formula 1 commentator Martin Brundle. Children with Cancer UK was co-founded by Princess Diana and Eddie and Marion O'Gormon after the couple tragically lost both their children to cancer

13:34

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Cómpeta swimmers reach the peak of Everest twice

SUR IN ENGLISH

A total of 29 swimmers took part in a fundraising event for Cudeca Cancer Hospice last month as part of the 'swim for life' marathon at the municipal swimming pool in Cómpeta. The event got under way at 10am and by the time the teams had finished, ... Individual sponsorship alone raised 754 euros while the rest of the funds came in through raffle ticket sales and stalls set up outside the pool. Every year Cudeca assists more than 1,400 patients with cancer and other advanced incurable illnesses, as well

13:34

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Making the world a better place with art

Tony Bryant

A group of creative British expats have joined forces to raise funds for cancer research and palliative care. Known as the Lucky Quilters, the group is made up of several specialists in the traditional art of patchwork. Based in Benalmádena, ... the rehabilitation of women who have undergone surgery to remove breast cancer. The organisation was formed by Oksana Mader, a former ballet teacher who lives in Benalmádena Costa. Born in the Ukraine, and after living in Stuttgart, where she met ... amateurs. The only qualification necessary is a passion for quilting and a desire to help those suffering with cancer. “Our organisation is like a family. We are a group of like-minded people who use art to make the world a better place,” Oksana concludes.

13:27

Sport

The perils of the job

Rob Palmer

...making the exciting appointment of Eduardo Berrizo who was dismissed by Sevilla in the winter just weeks after recovering from prostate cancer. Berrizo's main success was at Celta, a club who have a reputation of making appointments of imagination.

12:27

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Feline leukaemia virus

ERNY HARRISON

Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) is a rather misleading name. Leukaemia, a cancer of the blood, is only one of the many diseases that can strike an FeLV cat. Very often diseases such as pneumonia, chronic colds, anaemia or stomach problems occur before ... the cancer becomes obvious. In short, the disease breaks down the cat's immune system, which makes it very difficult for the animal to fight off these problems. FeLV passes from an infected cat to another through the saliva by licking, sneezing or

15:39

What to do

Charity Events

Denise Bush

Children with Cancer UK Marbella. 3 June, 7.30pm. Villa Tiberio. 75€. Following aperitifs and nibbles in the gardens, there will be a three-course dinner with wine and coffee, as well as live entertainment, dancing and an auction with celebrity items, ... the proceeds of which will go to the Children with Cancer UK charity, as will one third of each reservation sold for the event. Hosted by Sandro Morelli. Tel: 952771799. Cudeca Sunflower Campaign Malaga. 3 June - 8 July. Malaga city, Arroyo de la ... children with cancer and their families. The International Theatre Studio will present a comedy play followed by live entertainment. Bring a picnic for the interval. Admission by donation made previously through the website:

14:16

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Consul delivers help to cancer support group

SUR IN ENGLISH

The British Consul for Andalucía and the Canary Islands, Charmaine Arbouin, visited the Cancer Support Group in Marbella last Friday to present a donation of 300 euros. Marbella's first English-speaking support group for cancer sufferers and their ... del Sol. Patients, their families and all those who have been touched by cancer are invited to go along. For more information contact Susan Hannam, vice-president of Cudeca, on 952564910 or Marion Winter on 952863926.

11:46

Local

Costa charities' teamwork gets the food to those in need

Amanda SALAZAR

...volunteers to collect in supermarkets. “We all feel part of Bancosol; we voluntary organisations owe them a lot,” says Olga Santiago, from the Spanish cancer association (AECC), which has a programme in place to give food to 80 families affected by the

15:16

What to do

Ricky Lavazza stars in charity concert in Benalmádena

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(a camp that provides residential programmes for children with cancer and other serious illnesses), and Debra Spain (children with EB, a condition which makes skin very fragile). There will also be a raffle with prizes which will include four star

14:54

What to do

Istán celebrates its intercultural day this Saturday

sur in english

...learn about the customs and traditions of the other countries and try some of the typical dishes of each nationality. British jazz singer and Istán resident, Helena Paul, will be performing live and all funds raised on the day will go to Cudeca Cancer

14:48

What to do

Charity Events

Denise Bush

Information on stalls and registration etc call Pat: 620 354 885 Children with Cancer UK Marbella. 3 June, 7.30pm. Villa Tiberio. 75€. Following aperitifs in the gardens, there will be a three-course dinner with wine and coffee, as well as live ... entertainment, dancing and an auction with celebrity items, the proceeds of which will go to the Children with Cancer UK charity, as will one third of each reservation sold for the event. Hosted by Sandro Morelli. Tel: 952771799. Cudeca Sunflower Campaign ... evening in aid of the Fundación Andrés Olivares which works with the maternity hospital in Malaga to help children with cancer and their families. The International Theatre Studio will present a comedy play followed by live entertainment. Bring a picnic

13:27

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100 people expected to take part in Yoga for Cudeca

M. HAY

...style of yoga is not important. We'll be working on connecting our hearts.” Every year, Cudeca provides care and support, free of charge, to more than 1,400 people that have cancer or incurable illnesses and to their families. The event will take

13:24

Local

Walkathon raises 29,000 for Cudeca

Tony Bryant

...because I lost my dad and some lovely friends to cancer, so it is something that is very close to my heart,” Jackie said. Entertainment and prizes Once the Walkathon was over, the participants enjoyed an afternoon of live entertainment and

13:12

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Obituary: Judith Price

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

After an 18-year-long fight against cancer, Judith Price passed away on Wednesday last week, surrounded by her loved ones. Judith, a British woman with Malaga in her heart and soul, played an important role in the promotion of the Costa del Sol and ... had a smile on her face. Her fight against cancer is a example to many. At her funeral, as she had wanted, there was music, white flowers and fine words... and a very special farewell: words of gratitude to the team of oncologists at Malaga's Materno

14:22

Local

Walkathon raises 29,000 for Cudeca

Tony Bryant

...because I lost my dad and some lovely friends to cancer, so it is something that is very close to my heart,” Jackie said. Entertainment and prizes Once the Walkathon was over, the participants enjoyed an afternoon of live entertainment and

16:34

Local

Malaga's jábegas have arrived in Venice

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...between 15 and 20 women who were raising money for breast cancer charities sank. We had to help them, and that slowed us down a lot," he said. Leopolda Tapia from the Pedregalejo team said: "Everyone asked us where we were from. A man rowing a gondola

18:54

Local

Cudeca gets geared up for Walkathon in Benalmádena this Sunday

SUR IN ENGLISH

Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice is finalising preparations for the annual Walkathon event on Sunday in Benalmádena. The charity walk's goal is to raise funds so that the organisation can continue assisting more than 1,400 people with cancer and other

15:14

What to do

Charity events

sur in english

...categories for the dog show and stalls and activities for all the family. Information on stalls and registration etc call Pat: 620 354 885. Children with Cancer UK Marbella. 3 June, 7.30pm. Villa Tiberio. 75€. Following aperitifs and nibbles in the ... gardens, there will be a three-course dinner with wine and coffee, as well as live entertainment, dancing and an auction with celebrity items, the proceeds of which will go to the Children with Cancer UK charity, as will one third of each reservation sold

12:30

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Localised fat

INÉS GALLESTEGUI

...population of obese adults; while Andalucía is third, (just behind Galicia) with 24.4%. This epidemic comes hand in hand with serious health problems, such as diabetes, strokes and cancer, as well as enormous economic costs to health services and employers.

12:06

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Warm welcome for barefoot runner

Jennie Rhodes

...to Almuñécar,” says the runner. Running and Zen Cancer hospice charity Cudeca is close to Julia's heart as she lost her own mother to the disease 42 years ago. “When my mother died I was just 16 years old and she was the most important person in

12:24

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Music, drama and mobility

SUR IN ENGLISH

...are always looking for new members and also volunteers for their charity shop in Calle Torremolinos in La Cala. This year the club celebrates 20 years of service to the local community on the Costa del Sol. Cudeca Cancer Hospice Frederick's Bar

11:56

National

Man sentenced for letting his mother die

M.T. TORTOSA.

A 47-year-old man has been given a 15-month suspended prison sentence for letting his mother die in appalling conditions in 2014. The woman, who was suffering from cancer, died through a lack of food and medical care, the sentence said. The case was

18:56

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Sad farewell to popular Belgian tour guide

Tony Bryant

An emotional tribute service was held in Torremolinos last week to honour Eduard Vandoorne, one of Malaga's most knowledgeable tour guides and ecologists, who recently died from cancer. Members of his family and close friends gathered in the ... celebrities on private tours Eduard was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer just a few weeks ago, and although the department of tourism organised the event with haste, the popular expat died just a few days before the award was due to be presented. His