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14:56

Local

Malaga surgeons cure boy's epilepsy after carrying out unique operation

Ángel Escalera

The surgery, which was carried out while the patient was awake, removed the tumour which was causing him to have epileptic fits almost every day and stopped him leading a normal life. He also underwent a procedure to remodel cerebral functions, and can ... patient was seven years old; it was found to be the cause of his epilepsy. He underwent surgery, but it was not possible to remove the whole tumour because it was located very close to the language area and there was the risk that he would lose the faculty ... of speech. As time went by his epileptic crises continued, because the tumour started to grow again. The doctors didn't want to operate again at that time because the patient needs to be awake and that was not possible in the case of a child. Ten

13:57

LifeStyle

A boy with leukemia has been cured by a new genetic treatment

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...recovered and is now living normally with his parents and younger sister. CAR-T 19 is a therapy which helps the patient's immune system to recognise, attack and destroy cancer cells in a guided manner. It consists of extracting blood from the patient by ... apheresis, a technique which enables the components of the blood to be separated in order to obtain T lymphocytes, a type of cell from the immune system. The T lymphocytes extracted from the patient are modified by genetical engineering techniques in the ... are transferred once again to the patient, who is able to lead a normal life after about three months. Álvaro's is the first paediatric case of this type to have been financed under the public health system and it cost about 320,000 euros, explained

12:50

Sport

Marbella jiu-jitsu champion's fateful fight

Andrew Forbes

It wasn't a typical venue for a press meeting. I arrived at the Hospital Quirónsalud Marbella and made my way to the first floor where I was asked to wait outside room 101. Inside, a nurse and spinal specialist spoke with their patient, and my

13:40

LifeStyle

Dermatological consultations for patients with sun allergies are on the rise

Ángel Escalera

...reaction triggered by another agent in addition to the sun's rays. On the one hand, phototoxicity can be a factor, causing direct damage to the skin's cells, resulting from a reaction between a substance the patient has on the skin and a medicine they are ... between the sun and something the patient has taken, such as anti-inflammatories. Eczema appears on the skin when sunbathing. In order to prevent allergic reactions to the sun, photoprotection against visible light is most recommended. Avoidance of sun

13:49

LifeStyle

Pacemakers: from the size of a typewriter to the size of a matchbox

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...live for many more years. A series of tests are carried out before doctors decide whether a patient needs a pacemaker. Dr De Mora said that the problems are normally detected by cardiologists, but sometimes by GPs or doctors in emergency and ... ventricle). When connected to an electrical battery, it emits electric impulses which stimulate cardiac contraction and return the heart's normal function. The procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic, while the patient is awake. If there are no

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.