Times of India
Doctors across the country have urged parties to set aside their differences to pass the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances NDPS (Amendment) Bill, for the sake of millions suffering from unbearable pain.
Cancer Research UK
A bill of rights has been unveiled that aims to address the differences in care received by cancer patients across Europe.
Flinders University is trialling consumer-grade technologies such as the iPad and Fitbit devices as part of a project that is testing the remote provision of palliative care, aged care and rehabilitation therapies for older people at home.
It’s healthcare providers who are most likely to formally accuse other providers of “murder” and “euthanasia” related to palliative care, according to psychiatrist Lewis M. Cohen, MD.
As doctors continue their efforts to bring Michael Schumacher out of his coma, it will be a stressful and frightening period for close relatives watching his recovery.
ONS Connect Blog
I have learned through the years that many times it is our presence and listening ears that mean more to our patients than anything else we can say or do.
Suzanne B. O’Brien, a Hospice and Oncology Nurse in New York, has recently returned from a trip to Zimbabwe inspired to start a conversation about death and end of life planning.
In celebration of this year’s World Cancer Day, public and private corporates signed a declaration against cancer in Nairobi.
The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer marked World Cancer Day and raised the profile of important issues around cancer control in Canada with a series of video vignettes that “bust” cancer myths.
Global Atlas coverage
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