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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

11:23

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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

12:01

Local

Norwegians arrested over damage to cancer exhibition

SUR malaga

...photographs of local personalities and testimonies of cancer. At 5am on Wednesday a street cleaner spotted four youths damaging six of the panels. Police were able to detain three at the scene and one managed to evade capture. The exhibition was organised with ... AECC, the cancer charity.

15:14

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"Palliative care needs to be given the same priority as gynaecological departments"

Ángel Escalera

Palliative care units have one principal objective: to look after patients in the final stage of their life. The head of the joint Spanish Association against Cancer- Costa del Sol Hospital palliative unit, Juan Carlos Domínguez, says more of these ... 297 patients. At the moment there are 131, because the others have died. As well as providing palliative care to cancer patients, do you help others? Because our unit is also the one for the Costa del Sol hospital it sees oncological and ... non-oncological patients. Less than ten per cent are non-oncological. That's because it is very clear when a cancer patient needs to be given palliative care, but more difficult in other patients. What type of assistance is provided in palliative care? Our

14:43

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A delicious tribute to unsung heroes

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

Every day smiles and games arrive punctually on the Oncology ward at the Materno Infantil hospital in Malaga, but last weekend these anonymous benefactors, who are accustomed to spreading joy to others, received a taste of their own medicine at a ver

13:25

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More than 60 councils unite for a walk in support of children with cancer

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

A series of charity walks, on all 35 stages of the 660-kilometre Gran Senda trail around the province of Malaga, will take place on 6 May. The aim is to raise funds so that children suffering from cancer can have the chance to walk part of the ... Camino de Santiago, the pilgrims' trail in the north of Spain, later this year. More than 60 town halls have signed up to the initiative, which is being organised by the association of child oncology volunteers, AVOI, which helps children with cancer ... of the provincial government, Elías Bendodo, thanked residents of the over sixty towns that will participate and expressed his personal support for the AVOI cause, which he praised for leading the fight against childhood cancer. The president of

19:08

Local

Colon cancer screenings will be available across Andalucía by the end of the year

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

The regional minister for Health, Marina Álvarez, announced on Monday that all Andalusian health centres will begin routine colon cancer screening this year. That means going from just 25 health centres with the necessary equipment to carry out ... blood tests on faeces at present, to 1,600 by the end of 2018. That was the commitment made by the regional Health minister, who assured listeners at the event in Seville that the prevention of bowel cancer is a priority for the Andalusian government, ... population, those between 50 and 69, is over two million, of whom 400,000 live in Malaga province. Currently there are only three health centres in Malaga city that have a colon cancer screening programme: Alameda-Perchel, La Roca and Carlinda. The blood

12:07

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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,

14:38

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“Together, we can beat cancer”

Debbie Bartlett in the frame

cancer. Luisandro was diagnosed with myeloid leukaemia. “I didn’t really know what leukaemia was. It was only when someone told me the hospital I was going to was the best cancer hospital in England, that I realised. I thought: Oh my God, I’ve got ... cancer. I’m going to die.” The chemotherapy sessions he needed made him go temporarily blind from blood clots on the eyes; he was in severe pain because his intestines were swollen, his immune system wasn’t working and he had to spend four months in ... strong, lad. You can’t give up.” Many people might have given up the fight, but not Luisandro. He decided he was going to “beat the beast,” as he describes it. “Cancer is like a beast standing on top of you, pushing you down and not letting you get up.