A terminally ill student was presented with his university degree at his hospice just days before he died. Max Neill, 49, was surrounded by family and friends at the moving ceremony prior to his death from bowel cancer.
Magician and entertainer Paul Daniels has decided to return home to see out his final days after being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour.
The Douglas Macmillan Hospice’s home care service has been saved – to protect 36 jobs. Bosses at the Blurton-based charity were in talks over closing its Sunflower Home Care, prompting a public outcry.
A BMA report finds flaws in care for those who are dying. Immortalilty is not all it’s cracked up to be, as Gulliver found out – and it’s better to die on your own terms, writes Archie Bland.
A clinic at St Catherine’s Hospice that treats swelling in tissue after cancer treatment is being promoted as part of an awareness week.
X Factor winner Louisa Johnson and fellow finalists hit the right note with patients, families and staff during a visit to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in Rotherham.
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