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12:41

LifeStyle

El Camino cycle in fight against cancer

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...because I realised that not a second should be wasted on regrets. The knowledgable hands of the professionals, luck, a little bit from the patient and the family, it's now four years since then," says Cortés. More than 15,000 euros "From the very

10:18

LifeStyle

"Radiotherapy can expect to cure 40 per cent of cancer patients"

Ángel Escalera

The new president of the Sociedad Española de Oncología Radioterápica (SEOR) is Jorge Contreras, a doctor from Malaga. He says his top priority is to give greater visibility to radiotherapy and ensure that every patient who needs this type of ... don't offer it because it isn't available for their patients. We can say there is an inequality and a lack of homogeneity when it comes to radiotherapy in Spain. That is what I want to change, so that every patient, no matter where they live, has access

11:44

National

More meat products recalled as officials extend listeriosis alert

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So far three deaths have been confirmed to have been caused by the outbreak; the first was a 90-year-old woman on 19 August, and a 74-year-old woman on Tuesday. It was confirmed on Friday that the death of a 72-year-old man, a patient with terminal

14:28

LifeStyle

Summer increases the risk of relapses for those addicted to drugs and gambling

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Emotional resources He says prevention is better than a cure and proposes isolating people from environments and circles which pose a risk to them: "It is never easy to get over an addiction, but the success of the treatment depends on the patient ... and around 120,000 are addicted to cocaine. Treatments vary, depending on the severity of the addiction and profile of the patient, from therapies which do not interfere with their professional routine to admittance to specialist centres.

15:23

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Experts call for obesity to be classified as a chronic illness

Ángel Escalera

...suffering from high blood pressure or cholesterol. With this type of medication, an obese person can lose up to 15 per cent of their weight. One such medication is Liraglutide 3 mg, which is injectable. It reduces appetite so the patient doesn't feel ... hungry and, at the same time, produces a persistent feeling of being full, which helps people to stick to a long-term diet. The obstacle to public health funding is the cost of this treatment (about 300 euros per patient per month), but Dr Tinahones ... University of Navarra Clinic. These sources say that pharmaceutical treatment for obesity is also proving useful as a complement to bariatric surgery, especially before and after the operation. Before having surgery, the patient has to lose weight and this

11:23

LifeStyle

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

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...parametres. "I was like the genetic twin of this patient, and they asked me if I wanted to go ahead with the donation. I said I did," César says. Once a donor takes this step there are two ways of donating the bone marrow: via apheresis, a form of dialysis ... in order to obtain the stem cells, or through surgery, where the bone marrow is extracted with a syringe directly from the iliac crest (the hip bone). The patient compatible with César had medullary aplasia, he lacked the cells needed to produce the

14:49

LifeStyle

When your headache makes life impossible

Ángel Escalera

...cases it takes more than two years for sufferers to be correctly diagnosed. The pain, which gets worse when the patient is standing up, is often accompanied by visual disturbance, nausea, vomiting and depression. Resting in bed in a dark room normally ... and will depend on the characteristics of each patient. Dr Santos stressed that patients with chronic or occasional migraines should receive preventive treatment. This usually consists of medication combined with recommendations on lifestyle and