Marie Curie’s ‘Real Life Stories’ campaign shows the difference its nurses can make to end of life care
Ahead of its Great Daffodil Appeal, the ‘Real Life Stories’ campaign aims to highlight the importance of its nurses by sharing the stories and experiences of those with terminal illnesses who have been cared for by Marie Curie nurses.
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Prime Minister David Cameron has written to Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, promising him that the controversial Lobbying Act will not affect the majority of charities and campaigning organisations.