CDC's Safe Healthcare Blog Looks at Program to Prevent Infections in Cancer Patients


Today, on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)s Safe Healthcare Blog, Lisa Splitlog, director of CDC Value Communications at the CDC Foundation, shares her personal story of using an interactive online program designed to help assess a cancer patients risk for developing infections. The website, made possible through a CDC Foundation partnership, educates patients on keeping healthy while receiving chemotherapy. Lisas story is a reminder to both healthcare professionals and patients that simple yet vital information can save lives.

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