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14:27

LifeStyle

Thirty municipalities unite to raise funds for new isolation rooms

ÁNGEL ESCALERA / SUR MALAGA

Thirty municipalities in Malaga province have agreed to raise funds for new bone marrow transplant isolation rooms for children at the Materno Infantil Hospital by hosting ‘verbenas’ (street parties) on Saturday 3 June. INFORMATION When and where. ... bone marrow transplants are due to take place, Juan Carmona, the president of the association, stated. Tickets for the street parties include food, drinks, charity bracelets and the chance to participate in the draw to win a Mediterranean cruise for ... services to the nearest street party. Carmona also took the opportunity at the project’s launch to promote and raise awareness of the importance of bone marrow donations, stating that “we have a moral duty to continue the legacy of Pablo Ráez”, the

12:33

LifeStyle

Pablo Ráez's legacy will live on in a documentary which will be released this year

NIEVES CASTRO

...explained the story behind the documentary which Malaga production company Quinta Planta is planning with financing from RTVE about the young man from Marbella whose campaign to raise awareness of the importance of bone marrow donation went viral. The ... attitude gave visibility to leukemia and increased the number of blood and bone marrow donors. “Our aim is for the example which Pablo gave us to last for ever via this documentary,” said his uncle about the film, which will last between 70 and 90

14:05

Local

Association enters Guinness Book of Records

Ángel Escalera malaga

...place simultaneously on 3 June. The 160,000 euros raised at the 30 different events will go towards AVOI’s charity project to build new bone marrow transplant isolation rooms so that they are more welcoming and child-friendly. The association is

12:08

Gibraltar

Fabulous fashion show raises funds for Bosom Buddies charity

Debbie Bartlett GIBRALTAR

...businessman and former international model Luisandro Moreno, who fought a hard battle to overcome chronic myeloid leukemia and is now a fundraiser and a campaigner to encourage people to register as bone marrow donors. As well as the fashion show, the

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

11:53

LifeStyle

Cerebral palsy, the umbilical cord's next challenge

R. CAÑIZARES

marrow. The HLA compatability at the time it is used is much less strict than with any other adult source of stem cells. In other words, “with just four compatible antigens it is suitable for a transplant, because the cells are immature and naive”. ... Blood from the umbilical cord is mainly used for patients who need a bone marrow transplant, such as those with illnesses such as acute myeloid lukemia, acute lymphatic leukemia, myelodysplastic syndrome, Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, severe aplastic anaemia, ... marrow transplant programme. He is also a member of the Bioethics and Medical-Scientific Committee at Vidacord, the first family cord blood bank authorised in Spain, which has its own laboratory in Alcalá de Henares (Madrid). At present more than

15:03

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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

14:00

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Rugby boost for rare disease research fund

PABLO COLLANTES

...able to live a normal life,” says Silvia. “That helped to reassure us.” Symptoms Mastocitosis, as its name suggests, is characterised by an increase in mast cells, a type of cell which originates in the bone marrow. The symptoms can vary, from ... purplish marks on the skin to itching, blisters, abdominal pain and many others. It can occur in children and adults and the skin is the principal organ affected, although there can also be damage to bone marrow, liver and bones. “We didn't know any of