Parents back £10m Norfolk hospice appeal and tell how EACH helped them following the death of their baby
When David and Mary Taylor’s baby son Jude died at just a few weeks old, amid the devastating heartbreak they found a glimmer of solace at a Norfolk hospice.
Nine out of ten patients have given St Helena Hospice and its staff the highest possible recommendation, latest figures show.
Opposition to plans to build a new St Luke’s Hospice and 50 homes on green belt land may be based on false assumptions, hospice officials insist.
Article about Judith Smith, a Macmillan nurse consultant in cancer and palliative care at the Borders General Hospital, who was made a Member of the British Empire for her services to oncology.
Kate Gross died of cancer on Christmas morning. She was 36, and left behind a husband and five-year-old twin boys. Her mother describes Kate’s final moments.
A divorced couple are locked in a dispute about their terminally ill daughter’s care after the teenager’s mother demanded that she be allowed to die.
The Assisted Dying Bill, proposed by former Lord Chancellor Lord Falconer, has divided the House of Lords and is scheduled for its latest debate on Friday.
A selection of stories from the international editions of ehospice today…
Hospice UK is inviting applications to perform the final evaluation of an international project that is working to support the development of children’s palliative care in two countries.
In rural Humboldt County, in the far northern reaches of California, Dr Michael Fratkin is essentially the only doctor in a 120-mile stretch who does what he does.