We will select doctors, volunteers, social workers, nurses, paramedics, retired persons and other social organizations for starting this project. Few doctors and volunteers are also have been working in our organization for more than 6 years in home base palliative care, mostly all type cancer including metastatic breast cancer (MBC).
Metastatic cancer is also known as stage IV or advanced cancer. It has spread beyond the primary to other parts of the body (most often the bones, lungs, liver or brain). Some people from rural part of West Bengal, India have metastatic cancer when they are first diagnosed. It is very common in the India. Here, most people diagnosed his/her cancer in late stage. Because not aware for this.
We are driven by a vision to transform and improve the lives of people living with metastatic cancer. Efforts of its members to improve the lives of and outcomes for those living with metastatic cancer and their families through increasing awareness and education about the disease and advancing policy and strategic coordination of research funding specifically focused on metastasis.
Throughout the project each element will assessed to ascertain how, and if, it could be sustained at the conclusion of the pilot project and what the requirements would be for this to occur. A Toolkit will developed to assist in the elements of sustainability and to provide an approach to duplicating the role of caregiver within the palliative care sector. Medicine, strategy, information will develop for use by health professionals to assist patients and carers in understanding palliative car