I often hear from the families of patients who are fighting an illness, such as cancer, wondering when the right time for palliative care is. Most people think of it later than is ideal, in fact, raising it only as a measure to be addressed towards the end of life. In contrast, there is now a movement towards what has been called “early palliative care” – getting help when it is needed, rather than waiting until all other treatments have been stopped.
- 2017 CHEO Telethon on CTV
- June 10, 2017 - June 11, 2017
- Barrhaven Run for Roger Neilson House
- June 10, 2017
- Family Advisory Committee (FAC) Meeting – by invitation only
- June 12, 2017