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“There is no place like home.” Dying at home or in hospital dependent on wealth, location and number of diseases

Dr Matt Maddocks, Lecturer and Specialist Physiotherapist at Cicely Saunders Institute, King’s College London, and Dr Charles Reilly, Consultant Physiotherapist at King’s College Hospital NHS Trust, announce a new research study just published.  In the words of L. Frank Baum … Continue reading

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Planning for increasing demand for end of life care in the UK

UK charity Marie Curie Cancer Care, in partnership with Sue Ryder and Help the Hospices, organised a special fringe event at the three main political party conferences in the UK last month to get this onto the political agenda. Imelda Redmond, Director … Continue reading

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