Charitable Foundation for giving palliative care to incurable patients "Mother Teresa"
Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Clinical Centre Palliative Care
A drop of mercy is more than an ocean of mind
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A beautiful young mother with a child, like Madonna of the 21st Century, is painted on the chopped white door of the passage. Non-canonical and perverted image of motherhood, created by chance and by passing. This, at first glance, is ordinary Kiev passage. These lead to factories, municipal enterprises, large parking lots.
I can find the author of the picture: it turns out to be a guard named Denis. This is a young boy. He is very modest, not too eager to tell what inspired him. Although the appearance of such an image on this passage is not so accidental. On the contrary, it is rather symbolic.
The manager of the Public Health program of the Vidrodzhennya Foundation, Ksenia Shapoval, described why palliative patients are still forced to contact a human rights commissioner, and doctors are reluctant to prescribe drugs.
Ksenia Shapoval: "The number one problem is that physicians do not want to take responsibility, but now the doctor can prescribe or write prescription for potent painkillers, but it's his responsibility and ability to learn to make a decision, assess the level of pain, and choose a scheme."
"Children also die, they are defenseless before an incurable illness or a life-threatening condition. Most people are so baffling and they can not accept it, because it is believed that the childhood should be happy and carefree, and not obscured ailments and death.
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