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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

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

10:43

LifeStyle

Depression increases deaths from cancer

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...recent lecture 'Paradoxes in the biology of telomeres and cancer' which took place in Madrid, "and we found an enzyme called 'telomerase' in the 'telomeres', which has the ability to repair them." Different lines of research have been carried out from ... that discovery, and they have determined that this lengthening or shortening of the point of the chromosome is related with illnesses such as cancer. As they shorten with age, along a line which starts to descend when people are in their 20s and reaches ... a valley in the 70s, repairing the telomeres could cure some age-related problems. Depression and cancer "We know there are hundreds of different types of cancer and around 90 per cent of them, at an advanced stage, show great activity in the

16:26

Local

Residents' association donates 17,000 to Cudeca Cancer Care

LUCY NEWBY

The Association of Residents of Torreblanca presented a 17,000-euro donation to Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice on Monday. The generous donation comes after the dissolution of the association and the unanimous decision to give away their remaining ... professional medical care to patients suffering from cancer or other advanced illnesses, as well as support to their families.

12:02

Local

AECC gives a 39,500-euro grant for research into a rare cancer

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

The Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC) has awarded a 39,500-euro grant to researcher Bernardo Herrera, a urologist at the Clínico hospital, to carry out research into an uncommon type of urological cancer (upper urothelial tumour). This ... type of cancer and its recurrence in the development of bladder cancer. The AECC's director of research, Marta Puyol; the president of the provincial board of the AECC in Malaga, Francisco Aguilar; and the president of the technical committee of AECC ... of the line of research into urothelial cancer and advanced therapies. This is an uncommon type of cancer (one or two cases per 100,000 people) and prognosis is bad after sugery due to its aggressiveness, because it is an invasive cancer. For that

11:42

Local

Former Ronda mayor Antonio Marín Lara dies aged 59

VANESSA MELGAR

Antonio Marín Lara, mayor of Ronda between 2004 and 2011, died on Tuesday afternoon following a short battle with oesophagus cancer. Toti, as he was known, was taken ill shortly before the local elections which took place on 26 May and during

15:22

LifeStyle

The score gets complicated again for Carlos

NURIA TRIGUERO

...from the physical effects of the last operation, Aguilera set himself a challenge as part of his rehabilitation process: to participate in the campaign A Minute of Music against Cancer, organised by the Spanish Cancer Association (AECC). The ... with the hashtag #1MinutoContraElCáncer. "It's a piece that is a lot easier than those I used to play but for me it served as a challenge and I think the result isn't too bad," he says, modestly. Aguilera had just finished a scholarship with the

13:18

National

Kids' cancer fundraising scam causes outrage as police arrest five

FERNANDO TORRES

News of a scandal involving a charity raising funds for child cancer has caused anger across Spain among organisations that supported it. The charity, Linceci, offered different ways to donate or collect money and investigators believe those running

14:09

LifeStyle

Marbella hospital warns about skin cancer and the importance of prevention

CAMILO LÓPEZ VEGA

Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer in existence. The Costa del Sol hospital in Marbella recently organised a special Sun Protection Campaign to make more people aware of the disease and of the importance of early diagnosis as this ... medical advice if there is even the slightest doubt about a mole, so the relevant tests can be carried out and the cancer can be caught while it is still in an initial phase. "If it isn't detected in time, this tumour invades lymph glands and internal ... Italy, (where the climate is very similar to Spain), and the numbers are expected to rise by about 20 per cent by 2040. Also taking part in the conference was María Godrid, a patient who has had this type of cancer, and she gave a talk on 'Melanoma and

13:09

LifeStyle

Second volunteer to brave the shave for animal charity

Jennie Rhodes

...much anyway". Su said she had hoped to donate her hair to a a charity which makes wigs for people who have lost their hair through cancer. However, she explained that that the NGO she got in touch with is currently unable to take donations due to