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Neutropenia is recognized as the most serious hematologic toxicity during cancer treatment with chemotherapy. The purpose of this Web site is to provide cancer patients with information on preventing infections based on their risk for developing neutropenia.

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You have several options on how to share this information with your patient.

  1. Completes the brief Risk Assessment online with your patient and provide them with a printed copy of their results and risk messages.
  2. Complete the brief Risk Assessment online with your patient and e-mail them a copy of their results and tailored messages.
  3. Print out a PDF of the Risk Assessment to complete on behalf of your patient. Give your patient the completed Risk Assessment and encourage them to access the Web site independently so they can receive their results and tailored messages.

Registering for this program is not necessary but if you do so, it will allow it to save your answers so you or your patient can return to the site at a later date to review them. If your answers to any of these questions change during your patient’s treatment, you can return and change those answers to get the most accurate picture of their risk.

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Has your patient ever or will your patient undergo a Stem Cell Transplant (SCT) or a Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT)?

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Co-morbidities?

Tumor type?

Stage of cancer?

Has the patient received chemotherapy/radiation/biotherapy treatments in the past?

ECOG PS status?

Program Materials

To help raise awareness about the importance of preventing infections in cancer patients, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) created a variety of resources for patients as well as for use in provider’s offices, patient rooms, and work areas. These resources include posters, fact sheets, post cards, videos, and more. View Materials >

"I never thought seriously about the risk of infection until I was hospitalized and unable to fight a fever. It’s so important to understand what steps you can take to help protect yourself."Donna Deegan, News AnchorBreast Cancer Survivor 

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