The clinical picture of Parkinson's disease varies greatly from person to person; the treatment is always tailor-made by a multidisciplinary team that is aimed at improving the quality of life and relieving the symptoms. That means that palliative care is very important to the patients, yet, there are many who receive little or no palliative care. Often, it is unclear when we are facing the last phases of the disease and whether palliative care is necessary. This can lead to not treating the patients enough and leading to unnecessary suffering in their daily lives. Patients and their kin should be consulted about palliative care when the patients are in the last phases.   


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