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14:39

Sport

Commentator Michael Robinson announces he has skin cancer

R. C.

Former footballer Michael Robinson, 59, has announced that he has a malignant melanoma which has metastasized. He shared news of the diagnosis on his own programme on the Movistar sports channel, where he is a highly-regarded analyst and commentato

15:11

Gibraltar

Annual skin cancer screening day is on Saturday at the Primary Care Centre

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Health Authority is holding its annual skin cancer screening day on Saturday (13 April), from 9am to 1pm at the Primary Care Centre. Anyone interested in having moles or growths on their skin checked is asked to use the entrance via ... the front of the ICC building. Users should also remember that these checks are only to detect possible skin cancer and not for advice on other skin problems such as psoriasis or eczema. The GHA says these screening days are important as they

13:43

LifeStyle

The sun, from ally to enemy

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...abused. SUR talked to specialists in dermatology about the benefits and dangers of the sun and asked them for recommendations to prevent burns or, which is more serious, skin cancer which, if not detected in time, can cause a patient's death. This is ... especially the case with melanoma, which is twice as prevalent in Malaga than elsewhere in Spain; there are 20 cases for every 100,000 inhabitants per year. The incidence of basal cell and squamous cell skin cancers is also higher than average in Malaga. ... Skin tumours are the type that is increasing most, but 90 per cent of them could have been prevented if exposure to the sun had been controlled. "It's a matter of common sense," says Leandro Martínez, the Andalusian president of the Andalusian section

11:49

LifeStyle

Butterfly Skin reference centres open

MINDY BURROWS

Wednesday 25 October was International Butterfly Skin Day, a day which aims to raise awareness about a fairly unknown condition. Epidermolysis bullosa, commonly known as Butterfly Skin, is a rare and incurable disease characterised by extremely ... fragile skin which can be wounded or blistered by any physical contact. It is estimated that between 3,000 and 5,000 people in Spain suffer from this condition and approximately 10 babies a year are born with it, yet very little is known about the illness. ... of the reference centre, Dr. Raul de Lucas, opened the presentation by explaining the current situation and characteristics of Butterfly Skin. He believes that “it is fundamental that the patients receive multidisciplinary support and that it is done

10:19

Local

Malaga Cathedral draws up plans for new roof

JESÚS HINOJOSA.

Designs are under way for a new cathedral roof, following recognition that the 'second skin' of bricks, laid ten years ago, has failed to prevent leaks. Architects plan for a pitched roof, closely copying architectural drawings sketched by

16:46

Sport

Running a marathon to show solidarity with 'Butterfly Skin' children

Mónica Pérez

...sufferers of Butterfly Skin disease". "When you meet these children you can't stop thinking about them, about their eyes, their smiles, their wish to live the same way as other children. So you decide to do whatever you can to help them," says Mora. He ... to help, while others can do their bit by making a donation. "Between us we can give them the wings they need to have a better life," he says. Butterfly Skin disease, otherwise known as Epidermolysis bullosa, is a rare and incurable genetic ... illness. Its sufferers have extremely fragile skin, and even the slightest scrape can cause it to blister, scar or flake. It is extremely debilitating, as injuries can easily occur during everyday life.

13:38

Local

Seven thousand euros for Butterfly Skin

SUr

The Debra Butterfly Skin Association raised 7,040 euros during their 2017 Christmas campaign. Volunteers from the charity wrapped presents in the FNAC shop in the La Cañada shopping centre to raise money. “The saying 'strength in numbers' has never

20:55

LifeStyle

A printer that makes skin

DANIEL CABORNERO

Spanish researchers have designed a 3D bioprinter which can recreate "totally functional" human skin and will be a major breakthrough in the treatment of patients who need skin grafts, such as those suffering from major burns. Bioprinters are ... hospital in Madrid and the BioDan Group, which in July last year became the first Spanish company to create 100 per cent human skin. Dr Jorcano says "it all comes down to the bio-ink" in 3D bioprinters which can be used in many types of dermal research ... as well as in testing cosmetics. "Now we have gone one step further. We want the process of creating human skin to be automised, on a larger scale and at a lower cost," he explains. The deposition of these bio-inks is controlled by computer. The

11:37

LifeStyle

'Rock & Law' raises over 60,000 euros for the Debra charity

SUR IN ENGLISH

...concert will help the charity Debra to improve the quality of life for children and adults suffering with 'butterfly skin', a rare condition which causes the skin to become very fragile. A cheque for 60,304.47 euros was presented to representatives of

12:34

LifeStyle

Common problems for women's skin

SUR

...most frequent skin problems which affect women. Society is changing and fortunately women are playing a greater role in the medical profession nowadays. As an example the AEDV has 2,478 specialist dermatologists, of whom 1,378 are women. The presence ... of women in this field has been progressively increasing and in the last few years more women than ever before have held top jobs, at the AEDV and at universities. Skin problems Some skin conditions affect women more than men, and Dr Paloma ... dermatological problem is rosacea. This is an inflammatory illness of the skin which affects the central facial region in the form of reddening, papules and pustules with a burning sensation and feeling of tightness. Sufferers can often not tolerate cosmetics.