You can influence changes in the febrile neutropenia experience!
Cancer Care Nova Scotia (CCNS) is developing provincial guidelines for the management of febrile neutropenia. They are also creating a resource for cancer patients and family members about neutropenia (low white blood cell count). You can contribute to this project if you or your family member has had treatment for cancer.
Step one: Please click this link to download and read the draft resource Neutropenia in a Cancer Patient;
Step two: Reflect upon your own cancer experience and complete this survey by January 30, 2014.
Thank you for taking some time to help future patients by contributing to what CCNS expects to be the best resource on febrile neutropenia!