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1. What is cancer and its various stages?

Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of cells in the body when the body’s normal mechanism stops working. These cells form a mass called tumour.

Stage 0 – means no cancer, only abnormal cells with the potential to become cancer.

Stage 1 – Cancer is in only one particular area

Stage 2 & 3 – Cancer has become larger and it has grown near to tissues and lymph nodes

Stage 4 – Cancer has spread to all parts of the body also called metastatic cancer

2. What is advanced-stage cancer? Is there any treatment option available?

Patient with stage 4 cancer has spread with all parts of the body called advanced-stage cancer or distant metastatic cancer. We do not provide treatment. We only provide symptom-control care.

3. What is Palliative and supportive care?

Palliative care is the symptom management and supportive care for terminally ill patients to provide comfort and to improve the quality of life towards their end.

4. What medicines are given?

Medications are administered based on the patient’s symptoms and supportive management.

5. At the time of death do you provide certificates?

Yes, as long as the patients are admitted into the Hospice we provide the death Certificates.

6. What are the procedures to be followed?

The patient should be an Inpatient, required documents such as Aadhar card with the confirmed address.

7. Do you provide death certificates for patients dying at home?


8. Do you provide morphine at Home?