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17:45

What to do

Marbella 4 Days Walking to raise funds for Cudeca Cancer Hospice

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More than 2,000 walkers of 20 nationalities will take part in Marbella 4 Days Walking starting on 17 October, leaving the Plaza del Mar next to the Paseo Marítimo in Marbella at 8.30am to walk a 10, 20 or 30 kilometre route. Registration will take

16:58

Sport

Painting the town pink for cancer

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More than four thousand women descended on Malaga city centre on Sunday for the seventh edition of the Women's Race Against Cancer. The women taking part, each with their own story of how cancer directly or indirectly touched their lives, followed

17:30

Local

What do people in Malaga die of?

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...province, which was 7.3 per cent more than the previous year. One in every four deaths are due to some type of oncological illness, and the most lethal were lung cancer (742 people), colon (372) and pancreas (224). Pancreatic cancer caused 35 per cent more ... deaths last year than in 2017, while the number of people who died from breast cancer (202) and liver cancer (159) dropped. Another group of illnesses which are clearly age-related are those of the nervous system, which caused 832 deaths in the

11:49

LifeStyle

Running towards cancer research

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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

10:18

LifeStyle

"Radiotherapy can expect to cure 40 per cent of cancer patients"

Ángel Escalera

I'll be the elected president for two years, and then president advisor for another two. -A National Plan against Cancer is currently being drawn up. What do you believe needs to be done to improve your speciality? -One of the top objectives of the ... project, which I want to develop during my presidency, is to give visibility to radiotherapy treatment, because it is one of the most effective and efficient weapons we have to beat cancer. It can aspire to cure 40 per cent of oncology patients. However, ... there is still a large percentage of patients who don't benefit from the treatment or aren't offered it. That fits in with what you have said about the national cancer strategy. One of my missions is for there to be equality in the offer of radiotherapy,

19:17

LifeStyle

Sun protection is key in protecting bald heads from skin cancer this summer

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

You can either become bald naturally or choose to shave your head, but, whatever the case, having no hair on your head is considered to be a high-risk factor for the development of skin cancer. Throughout the summer months, we are bombarded with ... population sectors most affected by skin cancer is people who are bald. This claim is supported by statistics. People who are bald are the most affected by actinic keratosis; pre-malignant growths which appear as thick crusty scabs on the head, and can ... years that this disease appears. According to statistics from the hospital's dermatology department, between six and ten per cent of bald people who are diagnosed with a keratosis go on to develop skin cancer. We tend to associate sunburn with being

13:27

LifeStyle

AECC opens the first active centre for the fight against cancer in Marbella

MARÍA GONZÁLEZ

This week in Marbella, the Spanish cancer association, Asociación Española Contra el Cáncer (AECC), inaugurated its first "active space against cancer" in Andalucía. Marbella has now joined Madrid and Barcelona, the only two other cities to possess ... a centre of this type. The association has been helping in the fight against cancer in Spain for 66 years. "It is in Marbella, for Marbella," said the local president of AECC, Maika Gómez, about the new facility. She expressed her gratitude for the ... something to help the fight against cancer then we have to do it," said Francisco Salado, president of the Diputación. The objective of this new centre is to offer cancer patients and their families a place where they can feel comfortable, away from a