Nurses reveal the weird and wonderful things terminally ill patients say before they die

NURSES who care for terminally ill cancer patients have described the heartbreaking and uplifting things people say as they approach the end of their lives. Macmillan palliative care nurses at Royal Stoke University Hospital in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, spend all day with dying patients and have revealed their final requests and thoughts in a BBC documentary.

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‘No kids, no football!’ Wayne Rooney and pregnant Coleen have ‘treated themselves to a romantic Cotswolds getaway’ amid marriage woes… and are both ‘hoping for a baby girl’

Their marriage has been under much scrutiny this year, despite the fact they are expecting their fourth child together. But reports have hinted that Coleen and Wayne Rooney are patching things up, as sources tell The Sun that they have left the children with the in-laws and disappeared off for some alone time in the…

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‘She really fell for him… it hit her hard’: Sheridan Smith left feeling ‘lonely’ and ‘struggling to sleep’ following SPLIT from boyfriend Graham Nation

She has bounced back after a tough year of battling her anxiety and struggling to come to terms with the tragic loss of her dad in December 2016.  But it appears Sheridan Smith has suffered more heartache as she has ‘split’ from her new boyfriend Graham Nation in recent weeks, according to The Sun. While…

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