Tag Archives: Personal experiences of palliative care

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

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Competence with compassion: A palliative care experience

Cristina Cazorla, a medical student at Universitat de Lleida, Spain, explains what she gained from a clinical placement with a palliative care team. A close family member recently confessed that he didn’t understand how anyone could devote their professional life … Continue reading

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