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We’re here for anyone living with terminal illness, and their families, with expert care, guidance & support. Support line: 0800 0902309, Mon-Fri 8-6, Sat 11-5
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Marie Curie 19h
"The family of a terminally-ill patient should be kept up-to-date on their condition in an 'open, accurate and timely' way. "However, studies have shown doctors often find it 'difficult and distressing' to discuss the impending death of a patient."
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Marie Curie 20h
Replying to @Je55ieMarie
We're so glad that we are able to provide your Dad with the care and support he needs 💛
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Marie Curie 22h
“You really do feel like you’re making a difference. Helping people feel better, helping them to relax and sleep… You’re emotionally supporting their relatives because a Marie Curie Nurse is helping the whole family, really.” - Nurse Barbara
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Marie Curie 23h
Replying to @scraps_n_chips
Hi, we'd like to look into this a little further. Could you please fill out the below Feedback form with a few details of this so we can look into this further. Thanks- Ross
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Marie Curie 23h
Replying to @ABToryBird
We're so sorry to hear about the death of your father and the lack of support available to him. We understand that sadly not everyone gets the support they need and is something we're always campaigning to improve. Please give us a call on 0800 090 2309 for any further support.
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Marie Curie Aug 20
Replying to @JimGammansCCG
Thank you for your kind words 💛
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Marie Curie Aug 20
Replying to @_hailes
Please pass on our good luck wishes and many thanks for his support.💛
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Marie Curie Aug 20
Replying to @BruntonJackie
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Marie Curie Aug 20
"I just thought it’d be something different to do." - Dying tattooist Jeffery paints his life story on his own coffin
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Marie Curie Aug 20
Replying to @EstateAshbrook
many people tell us that no matter how many years go by, the death of a loved one can still evoke a range of emotions. It's heartwarming to read that you can hold your nana's picture and cherish the memories of such a lovely relationship that you shared. Take care 💛
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Marie Curie Aug 20
“Christmas is my favourite time of year and I was sad I wasn’t going to see it with my family again. So they decorated my room and the kitchen staff cooked us all a special Christmas dinner. It was magical.” Carol was given an early Christmas at our West Mids Hospice last week.
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Marie Curie Aug 20
Replying to @SJK30
Hello, You can indeed, if you email team@mariecurie.org.uk they will be able to arrange this for you :)
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Marie Curie Aug 19
We're sorry to read about the death of your nan and all that you are going through, Ayden. It's heartwarming to hear that spraying your nan's perfume can bring you comfort. Our Support Line is here for you if you ever need a listening ear. Take care.
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Marie Curie Aug 19
Here are just some of the entries submitted for our summer hospice garden photo competition. Go to our Facebook to see more and vote for your favourite: 📷
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Marie Curie Aug 19
"We’re about walking alongside people instead of telling people what to do, and we find ways with them that feel right to mark a person’s life and death."
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Marie Curie Aug 19
Replying to @working_change
We're sorry to hear about the death of your family member and are glad that you were able to find peace and tranquility in the St Catherine's Hospice Garden. If you're ever in need of a listening ear you can always give our Support Line a call on 0800 090 2309. 💛
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Marie Curie Aug 19
Replying to @JulieZafari
Good luck Julie!
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Marie Curie Aug 19
Replying to @LegoStan
Thank you for your kind words. We're so glad that we could be there for your Wife and give her the care and support she needed💛
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Louise Winter - Poetic Endings Aug 19
Whenever I’m missing my Grandad, I buy myself a box of his favourite sweets in his honour. We’d always get him a box at Christmas and for his birthday. What do you do to remember and honour people who are no longer with us? 🧡
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Marie Curie Aug 19
Replying to @FoodieClaire
Hi Claire, we do still accept Spectacles donations in some of our Charity Shops. Unfortunately this isnot possible in all of our Shops. If you could send us a DM with your postcode I can give you the contact details of your nearest Marie Curie Charity shop?Thanks- Ross
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