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Our Mission

Paripalana envisages to render yeoman’s service to patients of cancer.heart diseases, stroke, neurological disorders and deadly infections.The Paripalana team is committed to work together to improve the quality of life of patients and their families under their care through prevention,assessment and treatment of pain,enhancing quality of life and positively influence the course and acceptance of illness.

Team Paripalana

The Paripalana team consists of physicians, nurses, lawyers, police officials, housewives, social workers, college and school professionals, priests, NRIs, auto rickshaw drivers etc. who are filled with the milk of human kindness and committed to alleviate pain and misery of the terminally ill.

Welcome to Paripalana

Paripalana is a humble effort of like-minded people from different walks of life who have the acumen to empathize with the suffering of patients facing life-threatening illnesses.

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Paripalana Activities

mobile clinic

Paripalana is a humble effort of like-minded people from different walks of life who have the acumen to empathize with the suffering of patients facing life-threatening illnesses.

medical camps

Paripalana is a humble effort of like-minded people from different walks of life who have the acumen to empathize with the suffering of patients facing life-threatening illnesses.

social welfare activities

Paripalana is a humble effort of like-minded people from different walks of life who have the acumen to empathize with the suffering of patients facing life-threatening illnesses.

Xavier Pothampally, Chairman Paripalana Pain & Palliative Care

Dr Harry Libach,Head of the Palliative Care Team at Mount Sinai Hospital,Chicago has defined Palliative care as “Palliative care is commited to healing and that is something different from curing.Healing is to make a person whole,to relieve suffering and to give the individual a sense of who he or she is as a person. “Palliative care is person-centered and not desire-centered”.

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