Palliative Care in Assisted Dying

Assisted Dying is process in which the patient wants to die by himself but the palliative care makes him strong with proper medical care. Palliative care seeks to identify and alleviate suffering across the trajectory of a life-threatening illness, including care at the end of life, and supports good death while dying. It is evident that doctors cannot decide in a paternalistic way how a disease should be treated and that patients should be inform about the severity of the disease, its impact on quality of life, life expectancy, the options to cure or slow down the disease, and all the possibilities of supportive care.

  • Assisted Dying
  • Life-Threatening illness
  • Good death

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