CIPN Communication Packet-25 patient brochures & 5 talking points (Mailed)

For many patients, chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is one of the least expected and most upsetting side effects of cancer treatment. Yet patients often overlook or neglect to report symptoms because they may not realize they are caused by chemotherapy. It is important to recognize these symptoms so that they can be properly evaluated and informed decisions can be made about the best course of care. Research Advocacy Network has developed educational materials to help patients recognize symptoms, understand the importance of reporting them and balance symptom management, treatment and long-term quality of life.

Communication packets for the clinic- Click below to order the kit to be mailed. Shipped in packs of 25 patient brochures “5 Facts You Should Know About Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy” and 5 “Helping Patients Understand, Report and Manage Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy”