04:55PM, Thursday 10 September 2015
Thames Hospice will feature on BBC News tonight at 6pm.
A patient from the Windsor hospice, along with his family and member of the team, will appear on the show as part of coverage looking at MP Rob Marris’ Private Member’s Bill on assisted dying.
There will be a second reading of the bill in the House of Commons tomorrow.
Thames Hospice was approached by the BBC to show how palliative care is provided and the services hospices offer patients and their families.
A spokesman for the hospice said they hope the appearance will help raise awareness of the care hospices provide throughout the UK.
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