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Health, Lifestyle | November 7, 2014
By Rebecca Turner
Palliative care is the end of life initiative that is put in place to make patients and family as comfortable as possible during heartbreaking times.
In Australia, palliative care had a 56 per-cent increase over the 10 year period of 1999-2009, with one in three patients dying while under palliative care.
This initiative is not only offered in hospitals but at patient’s homes and hospices.