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Marie Curie
We’re here for anyone affected by terminal illness, and to help everyone plan and talk about the end of life. Get support: 0800 0902309 Mon-Fri 8-6 / Sat 11-5
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Marie Curie 13h
Happy 60th birthday to David this week! Our Bradford Hospice made sure he had a lovely day in the garden and Donna in the catering team made him a beautiful cake too 🎂
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Marie Curie Sep 17
Does the culture we are raised in, or the religion we choose, help us navigate death?
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Marie Curie Sep 17
Hi everyone 👋👋👋 What a privilege it is to be part of this list. It's going to be an incredible night!
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Marie Curie Sep 17
If you're unsure about the new rules for wakes and funerals, our Information and Support team is here to help you:
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Marie Curie Sep 17
Replying to @PaulChuckle2
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Marie Curie Sep 16
Gaby Roslin’s mum was told she had six months to live but died six weeks later. She wants to ensure that other families get the care and support they need. We’re proud to have Gaby's support with tomorrow. Get your tickets now:
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Marie Curie Sep 16
Replying to @scott7h
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Marie Curie Sep 16
"A couple of days before David’s passing, he turned to me to say he was really sorry for not giving me a baby. My response was “David, I’m still going to have your baby I promise you, I’m still going to go through IVF.” - Lucy:
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Marie Curie Sep 15
Replying to @SmolFluffyCub
Love this! And so pleased we were able to be there for your nan 💛
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Cat Smith MP Sep 15
The government ‘six month rule’ means many individuals are pushed into poverty in the last months of life. As Ministers continue to sit on their hands, those diagnosed with a terminal illness face a slow and burdensome process of accessing support. There can be no further delay.
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Marie Curie Sep 15
“The Government has said its review into the six-month rule will be published soon. For people at the end of their lives who need support, this isn't good enough. They need change now.” Thanks to Helen for sharing her story with
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Marie Curie Sep 14
Wonderful that this portrait by Kenny Glover has been chosen as one of 100 images in the exhibition, by The Duchess of Cambridge and : Kenny raised over £10,000 for us through lockdown portraits 💛
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Marie Curie Sep 14
We are proud to support . We believe everyone should feel supported and accepted at the end of their life. And we value trans people as our employees, volunteers and supporters.
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Marie Curie Sep 14
Thank you to all involved for all your support 💛
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Marie Curie Sep 14
Replying to @michbv @LiverpoolHosp
Well done Michelle, lovely weather for it! Thanks for your continuous support 💛
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Marie Curie Sep 14
Replying to @RyecroftGlenton
Thank you for all your support 💛
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Marie Curie Sep 14
Replying to @Charcar9
Thank you for your reply. Talking about death, dying and bereavement can make it a little easier for people to process when that time comes - and this topic can be a great way to get started for some - but really appreciate your feedback on this. Thanks again.
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Marie Curie Sep 14
Replying to @ianmccall49
Hi Ian. So sorry to hear about your dad but pleased we were able to be there for him. Our aim is to support and inspire conversations about dying, death and grief - and this topic can be a great way to get started for some - but really appreciate your feedback on this. Thank you.
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Marie Curie Sep 14
"There is no manual or formula that tells you how to mourn. There was a lot to take in and I felt caught between two cultures, being British and being Pakistani. I didn't feel my culture helped." - Sabah
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Marie Curie Sep 14
“Technology has definitely made my life worth living. I spent my first five years with MND without a computer which was a bleak wilderness.” -
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