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11:23

LifeStyle

Pablo Ráez's legacy lives on and is saving lives thanks to voluntary bone marrow donations in Marbella

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...of donation at the Carlos Haya, and that was on behalf of their own child. This local hero points out that although Pablo Ráez, who began the campaign for donations died, his legacy lives on. "It is good that we are all carrying on, but this isn't ... a temporary fashion. There are many others like Pablo Ráez in the hospitals, people of all ages, needing bone marrow, hoping you will give a sample and donate. It isn't easy, but we are saving people's lives. One day it could be you in that ... and medical check-ups. A great deal of sacrifice is involved, but we are talking about saving lives and I believe it is 100 per cent worth it," he stresses. Some people have admitted to César that they would only donate bone marrow if it were for

11:44

National

More meat products recalled as officials extend listeriosis alert

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Spanish health officials extended their listeriosis warning on Thursday, recalling all the meat products made by the firm Magrudis, under the brand La Mechá. The recent outbreak of the illness caused by the Listeria bacteria, the worst ever record

13:31

LifeStyle

"We've been able to save lives in Mozambique - that's what is important"

Á. ESCALERA / N. CASTRO

...aid after the Idai cyclone hit the African country on 14 March. "We've saved lives; that's what is truly important," Isabel Ric told SUR last week. Both women's roles in the developing mission in Dondo, a city situated in the centre of the ... May as part of the START team. "We are very fortunate with our lives, we have easy access to universal healthcare, we eat well every day and our children have a future. Being there makes you more aware and have more appreciation for what you have -

15:16

LifeStyle

The last of the original British players

Jennie Rhodes

2021, Steven and Nick reflect back on their musical lives, decisions to come to Malaga and reasons for staying. Both Nick and Steven confirm that "Malaga was lacking in good musicians" at the time. They explain that the main influx was Romanians and ... Casabermeja nine years ago, where he says was "one of the first foreigners." Nick now lives there with his partner and they both have children from previous relationships. He says of almost 30 years of playing the oboe for the philharmonic orchestra, "There

15:39

LifeStyle

Cristina isn't giving in

Ángel Escalera

lives in Malaga with her husband and daughter. "I came to Malaga to study psychopedagogy and stayed," she says. Cristina is a strong defender of the health system and the way she is treated at the Regional Hospital From her experience since being

15:12

Local

Chief suspect in Dana Leonte case prevents suicide of fellow inmate

J. C. / A. F. / F. T.

lives and integrity, given the high-profile nature of the two cases. Court hearing During a hearing at a court in Vélez-Málaga last Friday morning, in front of a gender violence judge, Ruiz used his right not to testify. The only words he spoke were

14:47

LifeStyle

The doctor who changes lives

VANESSA HERNÁNDEZ / FERNANDO MIÑANA

...turns to speak to the press. The bond they have come to share was obvious. What about that bullet? "Life is random and uncertain. Some lives are cut short because of bad luck," said the doctor. Nobody knows where the bullet which prostrated Wilmer for ... children's rights and helps them in tragic times of their lives. Wilmer has rediscovered his will to live. "If you want a happy life, focus on a challenge, not on things or objects," he said. That is a lesson that Pedro Cavadas learned years ago: he is

17:58

Opinion

Getting enough water

PETER HARRISON

...same with food. I knew the lady who was the first female reporter into Belsen's concentration camp. Troops rushed to feed and water the emancipated prisoners. Evadne, a qualified nurse, restrained them and thereby saved many lives. A little at a time is

17:34

Local

The legacy of Pablo Ráez lives on

Mónica Pérez

“Normally it’s the children who remember the legacy of their parents, but in this case it’s the reverse. I am proud and I’m also joyful, because to think about Pablo is to think about joy,” reflects Paco Ráez, the father of Pablo Ráez who died over a