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15:39

LifeStyle

Cristina isn't giving in

Ángel Escalera

...mastocytosis in the world ranges from one case per 20,000 people to one case in every 40,000," says Dr Pérez de Pedro. He explains that this autoimmune illness occurs when, for no apparent reason, the cells which produce allergic reactions are activated to such

13:24

LifeStyle

Researchers in Malaga take part in testing a vaccine for Type One diabetes

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Marisol Ruiz de Adana. She says the study will show whether the vaccine can be used to preserve the beta cells (that produce insulin) which are attacked when diabetes occurs. It is the T lymphocytes in the patient's immune system which, mistakenly, destroy ... these cells. The aim is to see whether the vaccine helps preserve beta cells which produce insulin"What the vaccine tries to do is cheat the immune system for as long as possible so that the pancreatic reserve of people aged between 12 and 24, who

12:23

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A blood pact

SUSANA ZAMORA

cells. “So, we raise the level of red blood cells so that during the surgery, if blood is lost, we remain within the safety margins for the patient.” Over the course of the operation, the medical team also uses a machine to raise the production of red ... blood cells (' a cell server') to make up for the blood that the patient loses during the operation and, after a cleaning process, the extra blood cells can be introduced if necessary. “In the post-operation stage, when we have to be particularly

11:08

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Pigs and machines

I. IBÁÑEZ

...a pig's heart. Juan Carlos Izpisúa is one of the Spanish scientists working on this: in Murcia they have a farm which breeds pigs in order to develop human organs. The process consists of removing the cells of the organs, leaving only their ... 'scaffolding', and then repopulating them with human stem cells, but new options are needed. “In Spain about 250 hearts are grafted every year,” says Dr Lorenzo Silva, “but the demand is higher. We need three times as many donations. And those aren't going to ... will equal or even surpass transplants in forthcoming years, as is happening now in the USA. Also, 3-D technology will eventually be able to construct organs in vitro with cells, biomaterials and biological molecules. Would Juan Francisco Delgado,

13:35

Local

New local prison put into service in inland Archidona

FERNANDO TORRES

...that the facility has 1,008 cells for over 2,000 inmates. The prison has been marred by controversy ever since it was built and dignitaries on Monday were met by loud protests from prison-worker unions who were criticising the delays in putting it

14:07

Local

Brave guards foil Alhaurín de la Torre prison break in the nick of time

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

17 and that they could be planning something unexpected. Without further investigation, the two men were moved to other cells and searched by the guards on duty. Returning to search cell 17, guards discovered the meticulous preparations; a broken

10:39

LifeStyle

Acute leukemia in children is being cured in 90 per cent of cases

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...in beating leukemia. In 2017, about a dozen of these were carried out on children under the age of 15 at the Materno hospital. Of those, seven were autologous (the cells used were from the same patient) and five were allogeneic (the cells came from a

15:04

Local

Julián Muñoz back inside after footage of him dancing in a bar emerges

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...carry out another approved activity, and spend the night in their cells. His poor health had led to him being allowed to live at home but controlled by an electronic tag. Last week the website El Español published the video of Muñoz dancing with a

15:03

LifeStyle

Nolotil, banned for tourists

SUSANA ZAMORA

...contact with normal white blood cells and, even, the precursors of the white blood cells in the bone marrow, and causes the immune system to destroy them. It's a type of allergy to the leukocytes. The normal values can change very suddenly and fall to zero

11:13

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What life was like in Franco's women's prison in Malaga

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...muted horror. For decades the Caserón de la Goleta was a men's jail, with just one or two cells reserved for women, until the building fell into such disrepair that it had to be closed and a new one built in 1933. The new provincial prison which, as ... hot water. "Life there was horrible. There were only eight women when I arrived, but it quickly filled up. The food, the guards, the deaths of other prisoners, the interrogations, the punishment cells...there are so many things to be told," said ... Mariano Puigdoller, gave a short speech: "You must be eternally grateful to the Caudillo," he told the women. "Pray to God that he is with us for many years to come". The narrow cells, the uncomfortable beds and the incidence of illnesses and epidemics