Marie Curie

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French chemist (born in Poland) who won two Nobel prizes

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Last year across the UK the Blooming Great Tea Party for Marie Curie raised PS667,000, which pays for 33,350 hours of vital nursing care.
Michael was delighted to support Marie Curie and also become the third member of the team from Derry.
Every year people across the country buy and wear a Marie Curie daodil to show their support for this hard-working organisation which works tirelessly to help people and families facing cancer.
is is Marie Curie Cancer Care's biggest fundraiser of the year and the money raised will help Marie Curie nurses provide more free care and support for people with terminal illnesses in their own homes.
In an Apprentice-style contest, two teams from EDF Energy took over the Sunderland and Houghton-le-Spring Marie Curie charity outlets for the day, with the highest earners being crowned the winners.
As well as monetary support, EDF Energy will be working with Marie Curie to provide energy advice to the charity's hospices as and patients.
Marie Curie Cancer Care's Great Daffodil Appeal launches in March, and 200 volunteer collectors are needed to encourage people in the local community to wear a daffodil pin and give a donation.
This year, I and thousands of other Marie Curie Nurses will be working throughout the festive season to ensure that people can spend time with friends and family at home, the place most people want to be.
The Prince, Marie Curie Cancer Care's Patron, hosted a reception in the Orchard Room of Highgrove House, his Gloucestershire home, to support the BIG build appeal.
The money - for a new Marie Curie Hospice for the West Midlands - has been raised through a series of events which included a 10k walk through Shugborough Estate which raised pounds 1,000, a charity football match which raised more than pounds 2,000 and the company also took part in The Marie Curie Birmingham Brain Game event, a black tie corporate quiz dinner held at the International Convention Centre in October.
Named after Marie Curie, the Nobel Prize-winning scientist whose talent and dedication lead to the discovery of radium and the X-ray, the charity works to ensure everyone with cancer and other terminal illnesses has the opportunity to access the highest quality care and support they need at the end of their lives, in the place of their choice.
LONDON, September 6 /PRNewswire/ -- New Marie Curie Cancer Care wristbands will be available at your local Lloyds TSB branch from 19 September.
The daffodil has been adopted by Marie Curie as a symbol of hope.
In August, 2000, a smaller event involving 8,500 pipers took place in Edinburgh, Scotland, raising funds for Marie Curie.