Establishing Pediatric Palliative Care in Armenia
February 26, 13:30

The concept of introducing pediatric palliative care appears to be gradually shaping in Armenia while palliative care for adults is becoming more available through availability of medicine and improvement regarding the policy, legislation and public awareness campaign, Armenian and foreign experts stated at the Media Center panel discussion.

The 2009-2010 preliminary assessment shows nearly 18 thousand people in Armenia need palliative care. The data concerning children will be summed up by the end of 2015.

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