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Palliative care can begin as soon as someone is diagnosed with a serious illness, and can take place at the same time they continue to pursue a cure. 

Palliative care doesn't signal that a person has given up hope for a recovery. Instead it offers patients a way to better understand their condition and choices for care. It improves their ability to tolerate medical treatments and offers them and their families the ability to carry on with everyday life.