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Andy Churnside, Sales and Marketing Director at CME Medical, said: “CME Medical are delighted to be invited to sponsor this important event. Sue Ryder’s charitable work is crucial in the support of those at the end of their lives and their families. We are pleased to demonstrate our support and help to ensure that this compassionate care can continue to comfort people in times of need.”
The conference, entitled “Something can always be done” takes place on November 27th from 9.15am to 4.30pm, at the hospice, and includes a group of expert speakers, a choice of four diverse workshops and the opportunity to 'ask the experts'.
Phillip Ball, Palliative Care Services Manager for the hospice, said: “Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice is pleased to have the support of CME Medical in sponsoring our Second Annual conference. This year the focus is on the palliative care of people living with Multiple Sclerosis and Motor Neurone Disease. Sue Ryder is a charity that relies on fundraising to support much of its work.
“In providing sponsorship for this event CME Medical and our other sponsors have helped us spread the word of how much can be done for people with life-limiting diseases. Without such sponsorship it would be more difficult to spend our resources on such events. Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice says thank you, on behalf of all those people who will benefit from the shared expertise.
For more information go the CME website (http://www.cmemedical.co.uk/