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What is Palliative Care?

​It is an approach, a way of delivering services that care for the patient as a whole person, addressing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs and practical concerns, of both the patient and the family. Palliative care is directed towards improving the quality of life of a patient facing a life-threatening illness and that of his/her family.

The World Health Assembly recommends that palliative care should be part of the healthcare package that governments provide for the whole population, and integrated into the healthcare system including as part of universal health coverage. 

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24 Million

in Asia need palliative care yearly
This includes more than 1 million children under 15 years of age.

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11 Million

persons die in pain and distress. There is 46% of those in need suffer from the lack of access

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80%

of cancers in developing countries diagnosed late. Cancers diagnosed in advanced stages is unlikely to be curable.