Daily News Roundup – 5 October 2012

Categories: In The Media.

Watford football club shows support for Hospice Care Week

Watford Observer 

Watford FC’s Gianfranco Zola and Lloyd Doyley support Peace Hospice.

Star supports St Luke’s Hospice Care Week

Postcode Gazette 

Television presenter and patron of St Luke’s Hospice Julie Bradbury is backing the charity during Hospice Care Week.

Meet the Dorothy House hospice team in Chippenham

Gazette & Herald 

Dorothy House Hospice Care will be supporting national Hospice Care Week by hosting events in five of their charity shops across the region.

Hospice Care Week 8 – 14 October 2012

National End of Life Care Programme

Hospices are pulling out all the stops to get the message across that hospice care is for everyone, wherever they are, whoever they are and whatever their illness.

Terminally ill Michael Winner says he is considering suicide at Swiss clinic

London Evening Standard

The film director Michael Winner has revealed he may choose to kill himself at the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland.

BMA chief suggests raising taxes to help the NHS

BBC News 

The new leader of the British Medical Association has suggested that taxes may need to be raised to help the NHS avoid making cuts to frontline services.

Cancer, heart and stroke specialists face NHS axe

The Guardian 

Charities and doctors warn that planned reductions in teams of experts will affect fight against killer diseases.

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