Palliative care can be offered at any age and at any stage of a severe illness, and it can be given in combination with curative treatment. The aim is to increase the patient's and family's quality of life. Many states are going through health changes, with a rapidly increasing burden of chronic and irreversible diseases. They will differ by area and approach, based on their depth of observation and practise diversity. Palliative care is primarily concerned with diagnosing, avoiding, and treating symptoms that patients with a severe or life-threatening illness may encounter. There is a small distinction between palliative care and hospice care in terms of comfort. More than four million of them, according to WHO reports, will benefit from palliative medicine and treatment.