NHS patients could be given the “right to die at home” under radical Labour plans to shake up the health service after the next election.
Singer Cheryl Baker and Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman have become Vice Presidents of Demelza Hospice Care for Children.
Taboo of male cancer particularly in Afro-Caribbean community tackled by John Taylor Hospice’s Benjamin’s Bottom campaign
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In an innovative scheme, John Taylor Hospice is looking to get people to talk about prostate cancer with a specially designed bottom.
An anonymous donor has pledged £100,000 for Ellie’s Haven, a charity which aims to provide holidays for families with children with long-term and life-limiting illnesses.
Dr Peter Nightingale presents the best tweets from HSJ and Marie Curie Cancer Care’s Twitter chat on the role of partnership working in end of life care.
A study from the US suggests that Alzheimer’s and dementia is widely under-reported on death certificates and medical records.
A “catastrophic” situation is developing in England with many vulnerable elderly people being denied care, campaigners say.
The Office for Civil Society has won backing from the Treasury for a new fund, hoped to be worth around £40m, to help voluntary organisations which are in danger of closure.