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13:40

Local

Cudeca appeals for funds to continue its home care programme

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

Not everything is about Covid, as can be seen from the statistics which were recently presented by the Cudeca Foundation: in the past five years its provision of palliative care for cancer patients in the province has doubled, and there has been a ... the 185,000 euros needed to finance a home care team, comprising a doctor, nurse, psychologist and social worker who are specialists in palliative care. This team will look after an average of 250 patients a year in their homes, making three to four

13:57

Local

'At Cudeca we hope to end the year without closing any service, but next year could be different'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...and the ward with nine beds has continued to operate as normal. I hope we can get to the end of the year without having to close any service, but we just don't know about next year. The health system benefits from the palliative care services ... palliative care people used to say that patients had to die at home because that's where they want to be, but sometimes it isn't possible. For example, last weekend we attended to a family whose relative wanted to die at home but because of his circumstances ... Palliative Care Day, but 50% of terminally ill patients don't receive such care and 75% die with 'emotional pain'. It seems there is still a long way to go. Yes, but also when you talk to someone about how they want to die we all have an opinion. World

14:51

LifeStyle

Migraine: a complex puzzle

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...prevent certain natural substances being released. These are palliative, not preventive, and are very widely used. There are also anti-epilepsy drugs to regulate the response of the nervous system and, finally, the 'vaccines' which work on the same pain

14:34

Local

Cudeca charity shop in Benalmádena reopens after refurbishment

TONY BRYANT BENALMÁDENA

...are an essential resource to continue our palliative care services both in the homes of patients and in our center here in Arroyo de la Miel. Last year alone we cared for more than 1,400 people and their families," Susan Hannam said.

11:58

Local

Cudeca signs agreement with builders for its new research and training centre

SUR

The Cudeca cancer care charity on Tuesday signed an agreement with construction firm Compac to build its new palliative care study and research institute. At the announcement this week, Cudeca explained, "The institute aims to train future ... professionals in palliative healthcare through teaching and research -an activity that is part of Cudeca's mission since its start in 1992 - and through this, fund Cudeca's care work". The announcement added, "This centre will be a source of complementary ... quality of palliative care, sharing our special way of caring for people with advanced and terminal illness".

13:06

National

Cancer charity calls for action from politicians to mark World Palliative Care Day

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Spanish cancer association AECC has called for all of the country's political parties to commit to guaranteeing end-of-life care to patients in the terminal stage of an illness. Palliative care is a basic human right, says the association, and ... its availability indicates the level of progress in a society. To mark World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, celebrated this year on Saturday 12 October, the AECC has urged politicians to complete the parliamentary process to pass the law to

12:13

Local

The emotional Twitter thread calling for a "dignified death" for Guillermina from Torremolinos

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS / FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

Guillermina was always a fighter. She can't fight any more, but Astrid and Ricardo are battling the justice system on her behalf. "She was refused palliative care, because her brain has been destroyed by a neurodegenerative illness and not by cancer. She can't ... and into the palliative care unit at Cudeca, as the family had been requesting for so long. It is one step forward, they say, because at least she is where she wanted to be. She is still being forcibly fed through the tube, but administered by the ... Cudeca palliative staff, "so at least she is not suffering", says Ricardo, who is critical of the attitude of the care home towards him because he refused to sign the release form for his mother, excluding the home from all responsibility, before his

18:05

National

Spain is near the bottom of the European list of palliative care

EUROPA PRESS

The principal European countries have made major efforts in recent years to increase their palliative care services and specialist units to relieve pain and the emotional suffering of patients and their families at the final stage of their life. ... However Spain has not opened any new facilities in the past six years, and in some regions the resources have even been reduced. As a result, the palliative care service provided by the Spanish health system is much lower than the European average, and ... since 2013 it has fallen 20 places on the ranking that measures the specialist services and units per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the Atlas of Palliative Care in Europe 2019. This is an internationally renowned study drawn up by the Atlantes