Daily News Roundup – 3 October 2012

Categories: In The Media.

Loose Women’s Lynda Bellingham backs Hospice Care Week 

Be surprised 

Actress and TV presenter Lynda has praised Hospice Care Week for showing that hospices care for people from all walks of life, in their time of need. 

Luke what’s on offer

The Star 

To mark Hospice Care Week, in the first of two special features to mark the occasion, The Star visited St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield to find out about its improved food service. 

Bryans Bikers bring in pounds for hospice

This is Staffordshire 

Motorcycle training centre staff don their leathers for Douglas Macmillan Hospice fundraising event. 

Castlemilk hospice surprised to find frog in their store

Rutherglen Reformer  

Frog discovered and nursed back to health by staff at Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice shop. 

Two doctors must agree to use of controversial ‘death pathway’ for patients in their final days

Daily Mail  

Liverpool Care Pathway 

Labour conference: Andy Burnham vows to scrap NHS market 

BBC News  

Andy Burnham has vowed to reverse the “rapid” privatisation of NHS hospitals in England if Labour wins power. 

Ovarian cancer survival poor in UK, study finds

The Guardian  

Research suggests standard of treatment compared to similar countries is a problem rather than women delaying going to GPs.

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