Integrating palliative care into national policies

Good policies lay the groundwork for an effective health care system and society. They facilitate the implementation of palliative care programs aimed at providing care for all people in need of these services, and they ensure equitable access to affordable medications and therapies. The lack of good policies can lead to unnecessary suffering and costs for patients, families, and society. Three-quarters of cancer patients worldwide are incurable when diagnosed. Because the size of the problem and the suffering associated with cancer is enormous, development of a national cancer control policy is an effective point of entry to begin integrating palliative care into a country’s health care system

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Por |2016-07-31T13:05:06+00:002016/07/31 |Calidad y CP, Guías y monografías|0 Comments

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