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Local construction workers were busy taking down the MedWest Haywood entrance sign on Friday morning.
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Then: Bill Frist launched Aspire Health, a palliative care physician network for the sickest patients.
Resourceful and resilient Maori patients and their whanau are increasingly finding pathways through the numerous obstacles they face in order to access palliative care as the number of older Maori grows, evidence shows.
New Aboriginal Health cancer support worker Michelle Wilkes and Anthony Avery remember Anthony 'Anno' Avery junior, who died from bowel cancer in 2008 at the age of 26. They encourage members of the Aboriginal community to attend the cancer forum in Purfleet on Tuesday to meet and hear from the Manning Hospital clinical team.
Medical practitioners are placed in a difficult position when close family members disagree about the treatment that should be provided to a loved one who is no longer capable of making his or her own decisions.
Carol Dowe is trying to keep the pressure on government in her efforts to bring palliative care beds to the Parksville Qualicum Beach region.
Dr. Christine Shibley of Laps of Love makes an imprint of Katie the cat's paw as a keepsake for the pet's owner, Traci Rochon.
A ground-breaking partnership between Marie Curie Cancer Care, NHS Lothian and Macmillan Cancer Support has begun delivering specialist palliative care services in West Lothian.
A RANGE of bands are to perform at a charity event in Chipping Sodbury to raise money for children's hospices.
When choosing the best hospice for a loved one, look past the name. As competition heats up, hospices rebrand to stand out as the most soothing and customer-friendly among many providers.
The day my father died from prostate cancer - Jan 11, 2011 - is the day I decided that no family should ever experience the same pain.
WARMING UP ... Mark Kram, left, and Alan Gibson, of Hedworthfield CA Radio, are doing an 80-hour session to raise funds for St Clare s Hospice.
The first four Swim a Mile for Hospice events have combined to raise more than $100,000 for Hospice & Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley, a total that will grow this weekend when Hospice hosts its fifth annual swimming event.
J. Renee Ekleberry is a local artist who expresses his work through oils, pastels, watercolor, acrylic, photography, Giclee and fine art prints.
Amedisys, Inc. , one of America's leading home health and hospice care companies, today announced that it entered into a new $70 million six-year second lien term loan facility.
Patients who get the comforts of palliative care as well as disease treatment live longer, studies show, than those who only get treatment for the disease.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 08:22 am
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