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The Malay Mail - What Do Malaysians Think About Palliative Care?

As part of Hospis Malaysia’s ongoing ‘National Palliative Care Awareness Campaign’ for 2016, Hospis Malaysia aims to inform the public about the palliative care needs of the people and their expectations. Read More

The Malay Mail - Palliative care is beneficial for more than just cancer patients

It can also benefit patients with organ failure, HIV/AIDS, motor neuron diseases and Alzheimer's disease. This article discusses the first of the key findings from the National Palliative Care Needs Assessment Report. Read More

The Malay Mail - Who Needs Palliative Care

As part of Hospis Malaysia’s ongoing ‘National Palliative Care Awareness Campaign’ for 2016, Hospis Malaysia aims to inform the public about the palliative care needs of the people and their expectations. Read More

The Borneo Post (Sarawak) - No Palliative Care Specialist in Sarawak

Dr Richard Lim highlights the shortage of palliative care specialists and the need to increase access to palliative care in the country. Read More

ehospice - ‘Palliative Care Is Everybody’s Business - Why?’ Asks Malaysia’s First Palliative Care Awareness Week

The World Health Organisation (WHO) considers palliative care a basic human right. And if it is so, why is the accessibility to and minimum standards of this medical sub-specialty inconsistent across the country? Read More

The Malay Mail - Palliative Care Yet to Reach Maturity in Malaysia

The origins of palliative care in Malaysia dates from the early 90s when the first formal palliative care service started in Kuala Lumpur and Penang. Since then, much has taken place and as a society, we can take some solace in that palliative care has taken root in our healthcare systems. Read More

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