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12:27

LifeStyle

Feline leukaemia virus

ERNY HARRISON

Feline leukaemia virus (FeLV) is a rather misleading name. Leukaemia, a cancer of the blood, is only one of the many diseases that can strike an FeLV cat. Very often diseases such as pneumonia, chronic colds, anaemia or stomach problems occur before ... bit of good news: FeLV has no relation to human leukaemia. Cats cannot transmit the virus to human beings.

21:15

Local

Virus confirmed as source of gastroenteritis outbreak at Torremolinos hotel

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...examining doctors' reports for each case to offer refunds where appropriate, while adding that the number of guests suffering from the virus has been low in comparison with the total number of guests staying at the hotel. After the initial outbreak, ... Torremolinos council confirmed that the water supply to the hotel had passed all tests and the hotel was working with epidemiologists to contain the virus. However some guests have complained about the way the hotel dealt with the crisis, with several people

13:47

National

Spanish scientists eliminate HIV in the second patient in the world to be cured

FERMÍN APEZTEGUIA

BIlbao. An international group including renowned ICREA-IrsiCaixa researcher Javier Martínez Picado has managed to eradicate all signs of the Aids virus from the body of a patient through a bone marrow transplant. It is only the second time this has ... cells, or, which is the same thing, a bone marrow transplant. Now, as before, the procedure has managed to remove at a stroke all signs of the virus in the patient's blood. The London patient, whose identity is being kept anonymous at present, has had ... illness, but they prefer not to celebrate too soon: it is always possible that the virus, which has a strong ability to mutate and hide, could reappear. The 'London patient' has shown no sign of the disease for 18 months but doctors are cautious"We need

12:12

Local

Flu is now reaching an epidemic level in Malaga

Ángel Escalera

...as 'moderate'. The viruses which are circulating appear to be type A: AH1N1 and AH3. Last year, there was a predominance of type B viruses. Judging by results so far, experts believe the peak, when it comes, will not be very high. The accumulated ... combat the virus. As preventive measures, people are advised to wash their hands frequently, cover their mouth when coughing or sneezing, use disposable tissues instead of cotton handkerchiefs, not to go to work or school to avoid spreading the illness,

17:31

LifeStyle

The 'flu' virus that killed 1,500 people in Malaga a century ago

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...press in order not to discourage their people any further, after so many lives had been lost during the fighting. The continual movement of troops from one place to another also favoured the transmission of the flu virus. Where did it originate, ... especially as the country suffered the after-effects of the pandemic for a number of years. In Malaga, the virus especially affected the poor people and most disadvantaged. Bad nutrition and lack of hygiene resulted in the infection causing more havoc. ... civilians due to the conflict could have increased it," according to the aforementioned French newspaper 'Libération'. On the same lines, some researchers link the profile of the victims with the incidence of the Spanish flu virus among soldiers fighting

11:14

LifeStyle

“A vaccine against the virus that causes bronchiolitis could be a reality in five years”

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

virus (RSV). She is now a world expert on the subject, and last week she organised the ResVINET conference in Malaga to bring together the greatest experts on RSV, an infection that is the second most common cause of infant mortality. The aim was for the ... more than 300 participating researchers to share their knowledge, and see what can be done to develop vaccines against RSV. What is respiratory syncytial virus, exactly? It is a virus which causes bronchiolitis in children. In some it can start ... is a winter virus; it starts in late October or early November and lasts until the cold weather ends. The winter months, in other words. In some tropical countries it exists all year round. What makes RSV different from other viruses? This virus

11:12

LifeStyle

Harald Zur Hausen: “People can't not vaccinate their babies”

VÍCTOR NÚÑEZ JAIME

Harald Zur Hausen is a German scientist who has been awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine. He received it in 2008 for discovering that the human papilloma virus (HPV) is the principal cause of cervical cancer. He developed a vaccine to prevent it ... on cancer research and prevention which was organised by the National Oncological Research Centre, La Sexta TV channel and the Axa Foundation. “HPV is the most common sexually transmitted virus, but 15 or 20 years can pass before the cancer appears ... transmitters of the virus and, between 15 and 40 they tend to have more partners than women do. With the vaccine, we are protecting them and their partners,” he explains. “The vaccine against Human Papiloma is one of the safest, because there is only one case

17:32

Gibraltar

Government insists no cause for alarm after tiger mosquitos detected

Debbie Bartlett

...countries. This daytime mosquito, which aggressively bites humans, breeds in water in urban areas (water barrels, blocked drains, rainwater gulleys, etc). Although the viruses it can carry are not present in Gibraltar, they can be imported by travellers