Teams win the Superbowl and Teams provide Palliative Care; Teamwork is essential to ensure global access to, and availability of, quality palliative care.
Nearly 2 of every 3 people diagnosed with advanced cancer around the world do not have access to essential medicines for relief of moderate to severe pain.
Touchdown for Humanity kicks-off a movement uniting people across the globe to ensure the human right of palliative care and access to essential medicines
United Nations Office on Drug & Crime (UNODC) is launching “Listen First: The Science of Care,” ten animated videos and written campaign of information...
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The Walther Center in Global Palliative Care & Supportive Oncology continues in the Pain & Policy Studies Group's (PPSG) legacy to make access to essential medicines for pain & palliative care a priority in global media coverage.
Human Rights Day has been observed on December 10th for more than half a century. It’s a day to recognize the rights everyone is entitled to as a human being, regardless of race, creed, color or gender.
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The late stages of many types of cancer can be excruciatingly painful without the right kind of pain relief and care. Whether you get that depends to a large extent on where you live.
TRIVANDRUM, India — It was a neighbor screaming in pain 35 years ago that set Dr. M. R. Rajagopal on the path to his nickname: India’s “father of palliative care.”