Are you or a loved one facing a serious illness? Palliative Care can help. Palliative care is specialized medical care for people with serious illness. It is appropriate at any age and at any stage in your illness, and you can have it along with curative treatment. The goal is to relieve symptoms and stress and improve your quality of life.

Maintaining control with Parkinson’s disease through palliative care

October 14, 2018

If you or someone you love is living with Parkinson’s disease, there are ways to improve your quality of life. While there is no cure for Parkinson’s disease, there are medications and treatments that can reduce the symptoms. A medical specialty called palliative care can help.

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Living well with serious illness: Deadra’s lupus story

September 27, 2018

For junior high sweethearts Darryl and Andrea Gladden, the needs of their three daughters and one son have always come before anything else.

“All we have ever wanted is for our kids to be able to do what brings them happiness,” says Darryl.

This need to support their children at every turn has been magnified over the years as all three of their daughters were diagnosed with lupus when each entered their teen years.

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Palliative care for leukemia and lymphoma is important for you and your family

September 5, 2018

If you have leukemia or lymphoma, you and your family are on a difficult journey. But you don’t have to travel it alone. Palliative care can help.

Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with serious illnesses like leukemia and lymphoma. It is focused on treating the pain, symptoms, and stress of the illness, with the goal of improving quality of life for you and for your family. Palliative care is provided by a team of doctors, nurses, and other specialists, who work together with your other doctors to give you an added layer of support. It is available at the same time as all your other treatments.

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Are you living with serious illness and feeling depressed? Palliative care can help.

August 12, 2018

If you’re living with a serious or chronic illness, it’s easy to overlook symptoms of depression or anxiety. You may assume that it’s normal to feel sad or worried when you’re sick, and you may believe that your symptoms are caused by your other medical problems. And while it is normal to have days when you feel blue, if those feelings of sadness don’t go away, you’re having trouble eating or sleeping, or you’re not enjoying things the way you normally do, something is wrong. Palliative care can help.

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Webinar On-Demand: Managing Lung Cancer Symptoms and Improving Quality of Life

Listen and watch on-demand here

Recorded: Wednesday, August 8, 12 pm ET
Sponsored by: Lung Cancer Alliance

Featured Presenter
Andy Esch, MD, MBA

Webinar Description
If you or a loved one is living with lung cancer, you already know there can be difficult side effects and symptoms caused by the disease and its treatment.  Many linger and persist afterwards as well. … Read More

Palliative care can help you live well with COPD

July 17, 2018

Living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) can be difficult: shortness of breath, wheezing and coughing can make you avoid doing the things you used to love.  But COPD doesn’t have to stop you from enjoying your life. Palliative care can help.

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Lymphedema isn’t just a side effect. Palliative care can help.

June 25, 2018

Lymphedema is often brushed off as a minor complication of life-saving treatment for cancer. But if you are living with it, you know that lymphedema can have a major impact on your quality of life – affecting both your physical and emotional well-being. Palliative care can help.

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Quality of life after stroke. The role of palliative care.

May 27, 2018

Strokes can be life-changing events with serious physical and emotional consequences. If you, or someone you love, has suffered from stroke, you may be struggling to take it all in and feel lost in the maze of decisions for your future medical care. Palliative care can help.

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