Pallium India USA

Help us provide acute pain management care to those who need it most.

Support us to achieve a pain free world!

We support the work of Pallium India to provide care to people suffering from life limiting illnesses and social conditions.


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Our Work

Our Work encompasses various initiatives in palliative care. Volunteers engage in supporting our cause.

Friends of Pallium India

Communities in Seattle and in the Bay Area have regular events to support Pallium India and raise awareness about palliative care.

Awareness campaign

Calling on all physicians from US who trained in India to support undergraduate medical education in palliative care at their alma mater.

Capital Campaign

Pallium India needs a permanent site to demonstrate, educate and facilitate high quality palliative care for all of India.

Strategic Partnerships

Pallium India has an ongoing membership with the Center to Advance Palliative Care in New York.

About Us

Pallium India Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charity formed by Indian-Americans and clinicians, aiding Pallium India to alleviate serious health related suffering.
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Our Vision

Everyone in India will have access to quality palliative care integrated into all healthcare settings.

Our Mission

To engage the international palliative care community and the Indian diaspora to support the compelling need for palliative care in India.

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Together we can make a difference in the lives of the suffering. No amount is too small!

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What is Palliative Care?

Palliative care is treatment of serious health-related suffering (SHS). It includes management of pain and other symptoms and addresses psychological, social and spiritual suffering of patients and their families.

Cervical Cancer Awareness

India accounts for one-third of global deaths from cervical cancer – that is more than 75,000 women a year. Watch this video to begin to understand the impact of this preventable disease, narrated by Smriti Rana.