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ADAPT Reports: Latin America

The ADAPT (Assessing Doctor's Attitudes on Palliative Treatment) study aims to identify clinicians’ knowledge and perceptions towards the integration of palliative care for children diagnosed with cancer.


Palliative care integration in childhood cancer is evidence-based to improve quality of life and reduce suffering. Moreover, the World Health Organization deems it as an ethical responsibility of health systems.


Currently, the ADAPT study has been performed in several regions around the world and completed by over 2,500 healthcare professionals.


We invite you to review the regional- and country-level reports. These reports aim to summarize study findings and are meant to be used as a tool to improve palliative care access and integration in childhood cancer.