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13:21

Opinion

FeLV, a common cat disease

ERNY HARRISON

What Aids does to human beings and Leishmaniasis does to dogs, FeLV does to cats. It breaks down the immune system, making the animal vulnerable to all kinds of diseases, infections and fungi. FeLV stands for Feline Leukaemia Virus. It is a rather ... misleading term, because leukaemia (a blood cancer) is only one of the many diseases that strikes an affected cat. Very often related diseases such as pneumonia, chronic colds, anaemia and stomach problems develop before the cancer does. Cats can be latent ... carriers, never developing full FeLV. Strong and healthy cats can fight back and survive, but of already weakened cats (including elderly and kittens), 90 per cent will develop persistent infections and die of related diseases or leukaemia itself. FeLV is

13:23

LifeStyle

Haematologists apply a technique to show whether leukaemia will return

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Knowing in advance whether a patient is going to suffer from leukaemia again is key to taking early action and preventing the illness reappearing. That's why a technique which is currently being applied successfully by haematologists in Malaga to ... anticipate relapses in leukaemia patients is so important. Professionals from the haematology unit at the Regional Hospital (formerly called the Carlos Haya) and the Malaga Biomedical Research Institute (Ibima) have published the results of a study which ... shows that, through a technique which analyses markers in blood, it is possible to predict an early relapse in leukaemia patients more quickly. This enables doctors to react faster, and maybe even prevent it from occurring. The study has been

12:27

LifeStyle

Feline leukaemia virus

ERNY HARRISON

Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) is a rather misleading name. Leukaemia, a cancer of the blood, is only one of the many diseases that can strike an FeLV cat. Very often diseases such as pneumonia, chronic colds, anaemia or stomach problems occur before ... tested positively 90 per cent will develop persistent infections and will die of related diseases or leukaemia itself. These are sobering figures, all of which point to one solution: have your kitten or cat tested for FeLV as soon as possible. Another ... bit of good news: FeLV has no relation to human leukaemia. Cats cannot transmit the virus to human beings.

12:41

Local

Sunflower effect campaign pays off for Cudeca

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...something to the cause, no matter how little it might be. Someone else who joined the campaign was Rosa Martínez, whose son Pablo Ráez was assisted by Cudeca in the final stage of his fight against leukaemia. During the fundraising effort, Rosa left an

15:31

LifeStyle

Hoping to Heal the World

Maddy hay

When captain of the English International College (EIC) football team, Louis Spinola, discovered that his friend wouldn't be able to take part in a tournament after having contracted leukaemia, he decided to do something to help. A fan of Michael

12:01

Local

Runner completes 1,000-kilometre feat against leukaemia in honour of Pablo Ráez

MÓNICA PÉREZ

Since his leukaemia diagnosis in 2015, 27-year-old Iván González, from the small Asturias town of Illas, has radically changed his life. The father-of-two suffers from the incurable chronic leukaemia, for which he has to have continuous treatment. ... remarked. Now, Iván González continues with his other personal challenge, facing leukaemia every single day. It is under control at the moment so he can prepare for his next sporting competitions. “Pablo Ráez's legacy brought Iván and me together,”

11:39

LifeStyle

Runner with leukaemia to cover 1,000 kilometres in memory of Pablo Ráez

EUROPA PRESS

In a challenge which has been named '1000 km against leukaemia', on Sunday 26 November Iván González will begin a 1,000 kilometre duathlon. The long-distance runner, who has leukaemia himself, will run 600 kilometres and cycle 400 kilometres to pay ... homage to Pablo Ráez. González will start in his hometown of Aviléz and end in Marbella, where Ráez grew up. His challenge will raise money for the Fundación Josep Carreras, a foundation which fights leukaemia, as well as hoping to raise awareness

13:22

Local

Pablo Ráez's legacy lives on in Marbella

Mónica Pérez

...a year ago aged just 20 after a difficult battle with leukaemia. Before his death, Pablo Ráez led a huge social media campaign for bone marrow donations in order to help those who found themselves in a similar situation to his own. As a result,

11:42

LifeStyle

Andalucía is the top region in Spain in terms of blood marrow donors

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Pablo Ráez's message is still having an effect and the number of new bone marrow donors who registered in Malaga province last year was 300 per cent higher than expected. Pablo, a young man from Marbella who died of leukaemia in February last ... marrow offers people with leukaemia, tumours and other blood diseases the chance to have the transplant they need. The donors' details are on a register and if they are compatible with a patient they are phoned and asked to come to the hospital so that

17:34

Local

The legacy of Pablo Ráez lives on

Mónica Pérez

...a year ago aged just 20 after a difficult battle with leukaemia. Before his death, Pablo Ráez led a huge social media campaign for bone marrow donations in order to help those who found themselves in similar situations to his own. As a result, the