Palliative care in Mongolia helps terminally ill die with dignity

Mongolia’s standard of care for people with terminal illnesses is ranked higher than its larger neighbours Russia and China, as well as some European countries.

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    The standard of care for people with terminal illnesses in Mongolia is ranked higher than its larger neighbours Russia and China, as well as some European countries.

    This developing country is punching above its weight in palliative care, the branch of medicine that supports people with terminal or complex illnesses.

    Al Jazeera's Pearly Jacob reports from Ulaanbaatar.


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