Daily News Roundup – 1 December 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Mystery millionaire donates £1.4m to Doncaster hospice

The Epworth Bells

A big-hearted mystery benefactor has donated £1.4 million to St John’s Hospice.

Sibling of sick Luton child launches Keech Hospice Care’s annual review through amazing animation film

Luton on Sunday

A 10-year-old girl from Luton has helped to launch Keech Hospice Care’s annual review to staff and volunteers at the hospice by presenting an animation film.

Severn Hospice marks 25 years of care

Shropshire Star

Severn Hospice has been providing specialist care and support to families across Shropshire and North Powys for 25 years.

John Taylor Hospice strikes gold

Sutton Coldfield Local

John Taylor Hospice has received national recognition as one of the first organisations in the UK to receive the prestigious Social Enterprise Gold Mark at the House of Commons.

Why it’s important to let yourself grieve a loved one’s death

The Telegraph

After her husband died suddenly, Maddy Paxman had no option but to be strong. Years later, however, grief caught up with her.

The dying mother who says she feels more sorry for her friends than herself

The Daily Mail

Claire Wood has terminal breast cancer and worries that her friends’ sorrow when she dies will burden them.

Harry to reveal secret to beat stigma of HIV

Sky News

The Prince will disclose one of his best-kept secrets today (1 December) as part of a campaign to reduce the “shame and stigma” linked to HIV.

Shipman effect: How a serial killer changed medical practice forever

BBC Scotland

As Scotland’s assisted suicide bill is considered, its supporters in the medical community explain how fear has changed the way doctors conduct palliative care.

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