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13:51

LifeStyle

Locally born medic warns about what we eat

ESTER REQUENA

Miguel Ángel Martínez was born in Malaga in 1957. When he went to Harvard in 1998 to ask for advice on how to prepare a report on a piece of medical research, he could never have imagined what would happen later. Now, he not only gives classes as ... associate professor at the university where Bill Gates, John F. Kennedy and Mark Zuckerberg studied, but his research into the Mediterranean diet has been studied in the Oval Office in the White House and was also used in government initiatives while Barack ... at the Biomedical Research Centre of the Obesity and Nutrition Network of Spain. Research. His biggest study is the SUN (Seguimiento Universidad Navarra) which has more than 23,000 volunteers who, for more than a decade, have reported on their diet

12:02

Local

AECC gives a 39,500-euro grant for research into a rare cancer

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

The Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC) has awarded a 39,500-euro grant to researcher Bernardo Herrera, a urologist at the Clínico hospital, to carry out research into an uncommon type of urological cancer (upper urothelial tumour). This ... research is part of a European project called MOLCARUTUC, which is being carried out by an international consortium from Spain, the Netherlands, France and Germany. The research groups, working together and in coordination, are planning to study this ... type of cancer and its recurrence in the development of bladder cancer. The AECC's director of research, Marta Puyol; the president of the provincial board of the AECC in Malaga, Francisco Aguilar; and the president of the technical committee of AECC

10:27

Local

Alhaurín man first Spaniard to be "Living Legend" in Louisiana for Cajun cultural work

FERNANDO TORRES

A historian from Alhaurín de la Torre has become the first Spaniard to be named a "Living Legend" for his research into the unique Cajun culture in the southern US state of Louisiana. Before José Manuel de Molina began his work, the influence of ... Malaga in the culture of the Deep South was largely forgotten. However, research using old documents led De Molina to discover colonists from the area. In reward for his work in helping understand the Arcadian and Cajun culture, he was given his award by ... the Acadian Museum in Erath, Louisiana. De Molina explained that before his research, local people linked their traditions to the French, but that now they understood that even some of their music and dance had roots in the traditional 'verdiales'

11:49

LifeStyle

Running towards cancer research

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A trail of pink passed through Marbella town centre last Saturday in support of cancer research. Dozens of participants, mainly women, donned pink T-shirts for the AECC cancer association fun run. This was Marbella's seventh cancer run and the

15:27

Opinion

Cancer research

Ángel Escalera

The only way we're ever going to beat cancer is through research. There's no doubt about it. The silent and anonymous work being carried out by scientists has to be valued, praised and appreciated. The more money spent on fighting tumours, the more ... patients can be cured. If all cancer research stopped today, by 2030 someone would die every two seconds from a carcinoma. On the other hand, if Spain doubled the funds it spends on cancer research the patient survival rate would reach 70 per cent by ... Cancer Research Day, the Spanish cancer association AECC encouraged the general public to sign a petition to call for the creation of a national strategy on cancer research. It also aims to convince the government to double, at least, the money it has

10:28

Local

Cudeca announces revenue of four million euros for 2018

Tony Bryant

...during 2018, while focusing on the fact that Cudeca has grown, not only to meet the demand for care, but to improve and advance its work through training and research. She reported that the home care teams had attended more than 1,400 patients last year, ... while adding that the new training and research centre project - the first stone of which was laid last July - continues to develop thanks to the generous donation of Dr Hamied. The medical director commented, "After 26 years, Cudeca is today a

11:14

LifeStyle

Research projects and clinical testing

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The incidence of diabetes is continually increasing and it is fast becoming a worldwide epidemic. To combat it, research is vital and at present the Andalusian health service is carrying out 43 different research projects. There are also 87

18:00

Education

Malaga university attracts international talent to research the medicine of the future

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

...carry out their doctoral theses in Malaga in the field of nanomedicine and biotechnology. They were selected from more than 100 applicants from all over the world, which gives an idea of the level of interest in Malaga and this research centre. The ... their work are already evident: publication in important scientific journals, or new lines of research. "They know they have to complete their thesis within three years, so they are working at a good speed," says José Becerra. The medicine of the ... future, in which nanotechnology and biotechnology go hand in hand to provide new therapies which are practically tailor-made for each patient, is being investigated by leading research centres worldwide. Malaga has achieved a high ranking on this map of

13:33

Opinion

Revenge, a political weapon

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

CIS (Spain's Sociological Research Centre): the general public's concern regarding politics, parties and politicians in general is higher than it has been since 1985, and is considered one of the three main problems affecting this country by 32% of its

12:57

Local

New findings show that Neolithic Man in Antequera were cannibals

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Santana, of Durham University in the UK, Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Santos, of the International Institute of Prehistorical Research of Cantabria (University of Santander) and Rosa Fregel of La Laguna University, also in Spain. The Cueva del Toro is ... works were carried out as part of the Plan Director Research Programme, one of the lines of Research+Development+Innovation which considers the Antequera Dolmens site a priority for studies and general research projects. The research in the Sierra del