Marie Curie rebrands to ‘change the conversation about terminal illness'
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Marie Curie rebrands to ‘change the conversation about terminal illness' 1

9 Apr 2015 | Alice Sharman

Marie Curie has changed its logo and website, and launched a new support line and other new services, as part of a rebrand to make it clear that the charity supports people with any terminal illness.

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Marie Curie rebrands to ‘change the conversation about terminal illness'

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