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Bridging the Morphine Gap.mp3
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Bridging the Morphine Gap - BBC Radio Documentary - cheops
"It was like someone being tortured. She was not like a human being she could only think about the pain. It was certainly not life with dignity. A few million people in India go through that, at least 2 million people with cancer and many millions with other diseases who simply suffer and suffer and suffer, and their whole family suffers with them, until death eventually relieves them of the misery. Some people commit suicide because of the pain, sometimes people come and beg please kill my husband or my mother or my son, I can't bear to see this. I think it's dreadful what people have to go through which converts them from human beings to some sort of animals..."
Mukti Jain Campion asks why, despite producing most of the world's medical morphine, India's own people have virtually no access to it. A hospice in Shrewsbury is helping the pioneers of the Indian palliative care movement to overcome the ignorance that surrounds this vital pain-relieving drug.
One episode of 30 minutes.
Produced by Chris Eldon Lee
Type : mpeg 1 layer III
Bitrate : 128
Mode : joint stereo
Frequency : 48000 Hz
Encoder : Lame 3.96
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