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# Palliative Care

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Palliative care supports to be provided to boy with cancer after case raised in the Dáil
'Our child deserves to die at home': Family of boy with cancer told palliative care not available in their area
Remote hospice service 'vital' as islanders don't want to die on mainland, says fundraiser
Opinion: Communication is key for families facing decisions around palliative care
Dr Geraldine Foley
Funeral of former UTV reporter and mother-of-two Aideen Kennedy held today
'Palliative care is about establishing links and warmth. It became colder because of Covid'
Vicky Phelan returns to Ireland for palliative care after new tumours end US treatment
Opinion: As our population ages, palliative care will become increasingly important
Dr Peter May and Professor Charles Normand
Increase in cancer patients looking to spend last days at home amid hospital restrictions
Half of Irish people think Covid-19 has increased the importance of discussing palliative care
'Nobody is dying alone here': How one hospice is dealing with end of life care during the Covid-19 crisis
Opinion: 'My name is Niall, I'm 32, and I have cancer. I never imagined saying those words'
Niall Keaney
'With palliative care, my dad was able to choose how he died - in his family's arms'
Lilian Bell
'It allows the family to just be a family': Campaign to raise funds for cancer charity night nurses
WATCH: Take a tour of Dublin's newest hospice, which 'feels more like a hotel'
Simon Harris 'concerned' about care terminally-ill woman received over New Year's weekend
'What right do we have to tell a dying person they should continue to live in pain'
'Dying alone. Like my mother did': Irish people are sharing their fears about serious illness and death
'People who are mentally ill are less likely to be admitted for cancer treatment'
Palliative care: 'I felt that if I brought the nurse into my life, I was really dying'
Evelyn Wakefield
US judge rules that anorexic patient can refuse forced feedings
"My four-year-old son got up on the stool, held my father's hand, and kissed him"
Denis Goodbody
"They're not about dying and giving up": Here's how the Irish public misunderstands hospices
'At the moment it's just horrendous out there': The challenges facing Ireland's carers
Palliative care patient 'was left groaning in pain before death'
Kevin lived for just nine years, but he taught us about life, love, and the world
Mairead Dunford
Irish people donate €90k to cancer patients in Uganda
'Having terminal cancer is very sad, but it's part of a bigger plan'
'It's my job to help the family plan and care for their dying children at home'
Anne Tan
Major study finds early palliative care for cancer patients costs A LOT less
The Night Nurse: Caring for cancer sufferers on Christmas Day is a privilege that helps me appreciate life
Hilary Neville
'We had to face facts that maybe our little girl was not going to make it'
Column: Palliative care considers the mind, body and spiritual needs of the person
Carmel Geoghegan
Susie Long Hospice Fund set to open six palliative care beds in Kilkenny
'It is the right of every person to die in comfort and dignity'
New palliative care unit in Kilkenny announced by Susie Long Hospice Fund
Opinion: Let's talk about death (no, seriously)
Claire Micks
People with serious illnesses asked to share their experience of palliative care
HSE signs agreement to improve palliative care
Crossword setter (91) uses puzzle to reveal he has terminal cancer