Published on: August 21, 2015

“There has been a lot of progress in palliative care in India, but the fact remains that despite the passing of almost a quarter of a century of palliative care activity in the country, even today palliative care reaches only about 1% of the people in India.”

In an article published in titled The current status of palliative care in India, Dr M. R. Rajagopal, Chairman of Pallium India, writes about the emergence of palliative care in the country – its origins, the barriers to opioid availability and how some of those barriers came to be simplified thanks to the continued efforts of many people from India and abroad, and the current status.

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