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16:24

Local

'Cudeca is based on the community and people have been very supportive this year'

Tony Bryant

6 January to enable it to continue offering help to patients in the final stages of their lives. Comprising a doctor, nurse, psychologist and social worker, who are specialists in palliative care, the home-care teams look after an average of 250 ... patients a year in their homes. In the past five years, the number of patients needing palliative care in the province has doubled, and there has been a considerable increase this year. The pandemic has had a devastating effect on most charity

13:40

Local

Cudeca appeals for funds to continue its home care programme

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

Not everything is about Covid, as can be seen from the statistics which were recently presented by the Cudeca Foundation: in the past five years its provision of palliative care for cancer patients in the province has doubled, and there has been a ... the 185,000 euros needed to finance a home care team, comprising a doctor, nurse, psychologist and social worker who are specialists in palliative care. This team will look after an average of 250 patients a year in their homes, making three to four

13:57

Local

'At Cudeca we hope to end the year without closing any service, but next year could be different'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...and the ward with nine beds has continued to operate as normal. I hope we can get to the end of the year without having to close any service, but we just don't know about next year. The health system benefits from the palliative care services ... palliative care people used to say that patients had to die at home because that's where they want to be, but sometimes it isn't possible. For example, last weekend we attended to a family whose relative wanted to die at home but because of his circumstances ... Palliative Care Day, but 50% of terminally ill patients don't receive such care and 75% die with 'emotional pain'. It seems there is still a long way to go. Yes, but also when you talk to someone about how they want to die we all have an opinion. World

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