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Category Archives: Palliative Stories
Lucy Watts MBE is a patient advocate, a young person’s representative for numerous charities and projects, and founder of the Palliative Care Voices global patient advocacy network. Here, she describes a memorable meeting with the Director-General of the World Health Organization … Continue reading
Part of what we lived through: Palliative Stories – the EAPC’s occasional series from the perspective of patients and family carers
Pauline from Germany recalls the tragic sequence of events during the illness of her husband and their 15-year-old son who died within three weeks of each other. Our son died three years ago from glioblastoma after one year of treatment at … Continue reading
The magic of Victoria: Palliative Stories – the EAPC’s blog series from the perspective of patients and family carers
Today we hear from Sharon Thompson from Donegal, Ireland, who shares the story of her daughter, Victoria. Sharon is a member of ‘Our Children’s Voice’, a group of parents who hope to give children who have life-limiting conditions or high … Continue reading