Report on ATOME conference held in Poland

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The author notes that while palliative care is highly developed in Poland, the ATOME conference highlighted that there is still a lot more to be done in areas such as harm reduction and treatment of non-cancer patients.

Marlena Ewa Kazon of the Patient Foundation, Chrustka, (‘Nobody should suffer’), stated: “We highlight inconsistent pain treatment situations to raise the awareness of doctors. We try to encourage patients to fight for their rights. In the Polish society there are still a lot of prejudices against opioids.”

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