Palliative Care Specialist

Patients suffering from chronic, curable, or life-threatening diseases can benefit from palliative medicine, a subspecialty of internal medicine.
The term palliative care specialist refers to physicians who provide medical care without a curative intent (e.g., in the event of late-stage cancer, when there is no hope of a cure).A palliative effect occurs when a medicine relieves symptoms without healing the underlying condition (e.g., treating chemotherapy-induced nausea with painkillers).