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WorldDoctor Bartolomé Beltrán dies at 74

Doctor Bartolomé Beltrán dies at 74

He doctor, communicator and presenter Bartolomé Beltrán (1949, Campanet, Mallorca) died this Saturday in Madrid at the age of 74 due to kidney failure, as reported The reason.

Known for having been the reference figure on television and radio in the 80s and 90s, Dr. Beltrán became popular for giving health advice through the screen, informing and bringing the public closer to medical advances. ANDCurrently he was the director of Prevention and Medical Services at Atresmedia.

The doctor “par excellence” of the small screenwas a member of the Spanish Gynecological Society and the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics and Academic of the Royal Academies of Murcia and Valladolid.

Beltrán frequently participated in conferences and forums on dissemination, such as the Associates of the Spanish Federation of Orthotists and Prosthetists (FEDOP), he was the one who launched Health is what matters on Antena 3 Radio and presented the program What’s wrong with me doctor? in La Sexta.

He also coordinated projects such as Constants and Vitalsan advisory committee of stroke specialists, who offered their experience on the disease led by the doctor.

Since 2020, he had his program on Onda Cero In good hands (Sundays, from 4:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.), in which Dr. Bartolomé Beltrán addressed the most important current health issues with specialists.

In his last program, in mid-January, he discussed epilepsy with the doctor at the Complex Epilepsy Unit of the San Rafael University Hospital in Madrid, Dr. Jaime Parra. Beltrán was also a collaborator in The reasonwhere he wrote a column in the health supplement.

Throughout my career I have received various awards, such as Gold Medal of the Red Cross (1982), the World Health Organization Award (1988), the Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs Award, the Ondas Award (1990) and the Golden Communication Antenna.

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