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10:12

Opinion

No news: good news?

Mark Nayler

Galician secured a second term in office, so you might well expect news of what he’s been up to. Instead, a deafening silence emanates from Madrid. With a ten-month backlog of important tasks awaiting his attention and the EU breathing down his neck,

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LifeStyle

“Hyperthermia can become the fourth pillar in cancer treatment”

j. j. buiza

...it. At a pre-clinical level, in the laboratories, they were heating tissues and observing the change in the reproduction of proteins. What they didn’t do was take the step of extrapolating that to humans. Why? Because in those days there was no ... way of stimulating the immune system. It’s a step forward. What we are looking for is a way of stimulating the immune system and increasing the effectiveness of the treatment we are applying. I would never tell any patient to stop their conventional ... tested on colorectal cancer, pancreas, breast, cutaneous tumours (skin and melanoma), brain tumours and sarcomas. –It’s about a year since the hyperthermia working group was created by SEOR. What are the objectives? –Firstly, to raise awareness. Many

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LifeStyle

“Even common everyday tasks became terrifying obstacles for me”

PILAR manzanares

...suffer from the same condition and making society more aware of the true dimension of OCD. There is still a great deal of confusion about what the term means. “It is a shame that there is so much confusion caused by people using this term

10:12

Local

Las Lagunas set to welcome biggest park in the province

miguel Gámez

...climbing wall. There will also be a boating lake with a bridge, fountains, kiosks, a pavillion and an open-air theatre for concerts and productions. What’s more, there will be a large children’s area which will include water rides. The theme will be

10:12

National

Everything’s changed, but what’s different?

Íñigo Gurruchaga brexit

...see what Spanish visitors to London think about Brexit, we took a walk between Big Ben and Harrods department store. We didn’t have to wait long before we heard Spanish voices below the UK’s most famous clock tower. They were from Valladolid: two ... ever since the first day, they have appreciated my experience, and the languages I speak. We have worked hard and saved as much as we could and now we have opened a shop selling beauty products for men,” she says. What about Brexit? “We haven’t ... noticed any change. We’re not worried, about our work or the economy. What you see on the news and read in the papers isn’t reflected by what is happening in the street,” says Beatriz. Natalia believes the changes will be noticed most among the wealthy,

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LifeStyle

As far as you can go - and one step further

Mark Nayler reading into spain

Jason Webster has written what is surely the most arresting opening sentence in recent travel literature, a sentence that forces difficult, searching questions upon you: “Often we end up doing what we almost want to do because we lack the courage to ... do what we really want to do.” I read this book for the first time shortly after graduating, on a dark, oppressive English winter evening in my south London flat. I couldn’t get that opening sentence - with its bluntly-stated challenge - out of my ... mind, and I was deeply affected by what followed it: Webster’s wildly exciting account of moving to Spain in search of a new life and the indefinable essence of flamenco. Webster read Arabic at Oxford and was at risk of drifting into an academic career

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LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...repudiation of what Orwell had called “the deep, deep sleep of England”. more reading into spain Laurie Lee (1914-1997). A Moment of War (1991) Jason Webster (b. 1970), Duende: A Journey in Search of Flamenco (2003) Lee arrived in the ... incomparable city’s standing is not, therefore, an untarnished first impression; rather, it is informed by what he learnt later on, when living in Spain. It is a strikingly beautiful passage, just as true now as it would have been 80 years ago: “[Seville] was ... him and offered up an ominous prophecy: “If you want to see blood, stick around - you’re going to see plenty.” And so it would be; because, for the next few years, Lee would find himself in the thick of what became one of the most bloody conflicts

10:12

Opinion

A dream come true?

Regular drinkers of wine, or for that matter any alcoholic drink, cannot avoid wondering occasionally what it is doing to their health. There is an absence of large-scale field studies, and even members of the UK government committee that decided on

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LifeStyle

The essence of old Andalucía

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...wrote this series to share and explore what I think is the finest writing we have in English on Spain, a country I have come to love as much as - and perhaps more than - my own. These books, I think, together constitute a great accompaniment to exploring

10:12

Opinion

Caballero

Peter Edgerton

...seems to do the very opposite of what it’s supposed to and you wonder how it has survived so long. If your job is to deliver parcels, I would have thought that calling the customer on arrival would be one of the basic practices necessary. Apparently not. ... I know - a pub with no beer. I think we should do that down at The Shakespeare just to see what happens. “Hello, I’ll have a pint, please.” “Sorry sir - no beer today but we’ve got some really tasty fruit juices.” “But I really want a pint of

10:30

National

The remarkable geology of Accitania

Javier almellones travel

...and then find yourself unexpectedly in a truly desert-like landscape. What is most striking about this area, however, is the mountain formations which have resulted from severe erosion and the lack of vegetation. This area is what is known as the ... Beside the spa you can also see what is today one of the most important dolmen complexes in the whole of Europe. In fact, this valuable prehistoric archeological site is not the only place of interest on this route, because in this area other remains

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LifeStyle

Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

...technological and medical advances have made it possible for such premature babies to survive and, what is most important, to do so without suffering major problems in the future. However, they are at risk and it is essential that they are carefully monitored to ... Dr, Salguero, is helping parents of a very premature baby decide what should be done, because they have the final say. “We specialists give them all the information about possible consequences which they may face; when the foetuses are born after 24 ... says Dr Salguero. But what problems might these babies face in the future? In the final weeks of pregnancy the lungs and brain are still being developed, so a premature baby’s organs will be very immature. For this reason, some of the most common

10:30

LifeStyle

Genetic engineering to stop AIDS

Eugenio Cabezas health

...fact. This is what the virus does: it spreads exponentially, at the rate of about 4,000 new cases a year in Spain alone. So far, no cure has been found for HIV; antiretroviral drugs only lengthen the lives of infected patients, and they have numerous

10:30

Travel

Edinburgh

Andrew Forbes travel

...from home and abroad. Smith & Gertrude Wine and cheese – what can be better? Well, this smart bar in Hamilton Place in Stockbridge certainly believes so. Drop in for a glass of wine and some tasty cheese – choose from seasonal Scottish and European

10:31

National

Doñana, a park running dry

fernando miñana

Spain, but its wetland is the most important part. “It has now rained for three consecutive days and I know it must seem crazy for us to say that it is drying up; if it rained for three weeks at a time this would even flood, but the problem isn’t what

10:31

What to do

San Sebastián festivities

Jennie Rhodes

INFORMATION When. 13, 15, 20-22 January. Where. Cómpeta, Algorrobo, Faraján. The Fiesta de San Sebastián, known as the 'patron saint of winter', is celebrated on the anniversary of the saint's death, 20 January and as patron saint of Cómpeta, Alg

10:31

Sport

New era, same old problems

Daryl Finch MALAGA CF

...to blame as their defensive failings gifted their hosts what was, on paper at least, a comfortable victory.

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LifeStyle

"Palliative care is not a secondary level of medicine"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...volunteers and more than 1,300 patients a year, its manager and medical director, Marisa Martín, says Cudeca is "doing well" at the moment with healthy accounts and the imminent opening of a training centre for palliative care. As a professional, what do ... initatives, what guarantees should this type of project offer? As many as possible. As a foundation, we come under the umbrella of the Junta de Andalucía. We present our accounts every year. We also have a board of sponsors who monitor our work and we ... like. Cudeca has an open-door policy. And the employees and volunteers, who see how Cudeca works on a daily basis, are guarantors for our way of operating. What role do the volunteers play in the foundation? They are everything. Cudecawouldn't exist