Cancer World Newsletter - Talking the isolation out of isolation Print
How do you make life easier for leukaemia patients who have to spend weeks isolated
in a hospital room as they wait for a stem cell transplantation? This spotlight piece
looks at one novel idea, which has been trialled at a Dublin transplant centre, and is
helping patients retain a sense of connection with everyday life in the world outside.

What do you think?
  • Is investing in systems like these a ‘luxury’ that hospitals cannot afford at a time
    like this?
  • Should we be investing more in innovations that have been shown to improve
    patients’ quality of life?
  • You can read the article here. Press the comment button at the end and share your views.