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13:57

LifeStyle

A boy with leukemia has been cured by a new genetic treatment

SUR

A six-year-old boy called Álvaro, from Alicante, who had type B acute lymphoblastic leukemia and was not responding to conventional treatment, has been cured and able to live a normal life thanks to a new genetic therapy called CAR-T 19, paid for by

13:21

LifeStyle

"Sudden death can affect anyone"

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...very limited. You discovered the Brugada sudden death syndrome, which has been named after you. What is it, exactly? It is an illness in the electrical part of the heart. The structure is normal, but the electrical part has a genetic defect which ... there is no autopsy or studies done on the family to find out whether it is hereditary, it isn't going to be diagnosed. If they don't do autopsies, we are never going to be clear about the diagnosis. And a molecular or genetic autopsy is also necessary, ... to look into the genetic material and see whether the person was a carrier of this hereditary illness. So cardiac check-ups are very important even if there do not appear to be any heart problems. Definitely, and the person's family history

13:23

LifeStyle

Haematologists apply a technique to show whether leukaemia will return

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...coordinated Antonio Jiménez Velasco, head of molecular biology at the hospital's haematology laboratory. It is based on the application of the digital PCR technique (digital polymerase chain reaction) to the haematopoietic chimerism study, providing genetic ... samples from eight patients and was deemed the top piece of research among more than 500 from all over the world. "From then onwards, we continued to improve the technique and expand the number of genetic markers so we could monitor more transplant

16:47

Opinion

A dog's DNA

IGNACIO LILLO

Like all dog owners in Malaga I've recently had to register my pet's genetic profile so that if one day I forget to clean up his poo I'll be located and get into trouble. I don't agree with the regulation; it will be counterproductive and we still

14:07

LifeStyle

The 'blue light' that stops youngsters sleeping

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...occur for genetic reasons," says Enrique Jiménez, an optician at the San Joan de Déu hospital. "There are other very important reasons, such as the excessive number of hours the children spend looking at devices such as computers, tablets and mobile

17:30

LifeStyle

"Insects will be the food of the future"

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...chemophobia but some of these additives allow us to eat foodstuffs with maximum safety. This does not imply that I am in favour of ultra-processed foods. In one of your articles you argue in favour of genetic modification. That is very controversial at the ... scientific arguments nowadays supporting genetic modification, its criminalisation cannot be justified. Algae, plankton, jellyfish, insects... which foods alien to our culture will we eat in the near future? The food of our immediate future will be

17:52

LifeStyle

"People want to improve the way they look without anyone noticing"

Á. ESCALERA

...by the effects of ageing or something genetic," said Vega. "A radical change could cause an identity problem because being prettier doesn't always equate to being happier," she added, explaining that for this reason a lot of procedures are carried