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Infection

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An infection occurs when the immune system does not quickly destroy harmful substances. Both cancer and cancer treatments weaken the immune system. This means that people with cancer are more likely to develop infections.

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. Talk with your health care team about any symptoms or changes in symptoms that you experience.

About the immune system

The immune system fights bacteria, viruses, and fungi that try to invade the body. The immune system includes these body parts:

A low level of white blood cells is called leukopenia. This condition increases the risk of developing dangerous infections. Neutropenia is a type of leukopenia. It means a low level of neutrophils. Neutrophils are the most common type of white bloods cells.

Signs and symptoms of an infection

Infections may start almost anywhere. Common infection sites:

Signs of infection:

Infections are treatable. However, they can be serious and potentially life-threatening. Talk with your doctor if you experience signs of an infection. Also, be sure to mention any changes in your symptoms.

Risk factors for developing an infection

The following factors can affect white blood cells and weaken the immune system:

Treating infections

Neutropenia, chemotherapy, or radiation therapy may place you at a higher risk of infection. In that case, you may receive preventive antibiotics or antifungal medications. This means the anti-infection medication is given before an infection starts.

In other cases, you may receive medication after developing an infection. If you develop neutropenia with a fever, you may need to stay in the hospital until the infection is gone.

If you have a high risk of developing neutropenia with a fever, your doctor may prescribe medications called white blood cell growth factors. These drugs help the body make more white blood cells. This reduces the risk of an infection. Learn more about ASCO’s recommendations for white blood cell growth factors.

Tips for preventing infections

There are steps you can take to help prevent infections:

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Additional Resources

National Cancer Institute: Infection and Neutropenia

CDC: Preventing Infections in Cancer Patients

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“It’s not going to create any hype in the market, but it’s a practical approach,” said Yuzuru Ohashi, a consultant at Roland Berger. “If customers like the styling of a specific gasoline model, then some may choose the EV version of that car.”

Tesla Model 3.

Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg

Emission Policies

Under China’s so-called cap-and-trade policy, automakers must obtain a new-energy vehicle score -- linked to the production of various types of zero- and low-emission vehicles -- of at least 10 percent starting in 2019, rising to 12 percent in 2020. Carmakers including Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co. are all ramping up their EV production in China, even as demand for such vehicles is mostly concentrated in major cities where governments are doling out generous subsidies or giving free license plates.

Nissan, the biggest Japanese carmaker in China by volume, is testing Chinese consumers’ appetite for EVs with the Sylphy as it prepares to introduce 20 electrified models by 2022 in a bid to become the top brand in the market. The Sylphy sold more than 400,000 units in China last year, a sign of the model’s appeal, said Jose Munoz, the Nissan executive overseeing its China operations.

“Introducing the EV technology in the most popular model that we sell in China would be the best and fastest way to show our technology to our customers,” Munoz said in an interview. The electric version may contribute to 10 percent of Sylphy’s total sales in its life span, he said.

China 2017 Market Share by Origin of Carmakers

Source: CAAM

Toyota is set to launch plug-in hybrid versions of its top-selling compacts, the Corolla and Levin, in China in 2019 -- delaying the debut by a year to keep developing the vehicles. The carmaker will introduce a total of 10 electrified models in China by the end of 2020, Kazuhiro Kobayashi, Toyota’s head for the China region, said in Beijing.

Honda unveiled an electric concept based on its popular Vezel crossover model, targeting to start selling the car under its Everus brand this year as one of more than 20 electrified models it plans to launch in China by 2025. Subaru Corp. has also it’s considering installing electric powertrains in current models rather than designing an all-new car.

China is poised to become Nissan’s single biggest market within five years, making up almost a third of its targeted revenue of 16.5 trillion yen ($152 billion) by 2022. The carmaker intends to spend 1 trillion yen in China over the next few years as it vies with global rivals including Volkswagen and General Motors Co.

The electric Sylphy uses a locally sourced battery that gives the car a driving range of 338 kilometers (210 miles) under Chinese testing standards. Nissan is also considering launching the new imported Leaf in China later this year, and the company will also soon introduce its hybrid technology known as “e-power,” Munoz said.

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Jul. 5, 2018, 9:18 AM
Apple employees take on a project if they know it will improve the customer experience. That's according to Tai Tran, an entrepreneur who previously worked on Apple's social and content team. Tran said Apple employees know their goal is to satisfy their end users — even if it will mean days of extra work for them.

Tai Tran worked at Apple, on the social and content team , for two years.

One aspect of the company impressed him most.

"Whenever there's a question about whether we should do something or not," Tran told me, "we always come back to the question of, 'How would this impact the customer experience?'"

The answer to that question determines how they should proceed. "If it's going to improve the customer experience even marginally, the answer is yes, we should be doing that — even if it takes us hours or days or weeks," Tran said.

Today, Tran, 24, is an entrepreneur and the CEO and co-founder of new dating app Blue . The app is geared toward Gen Z and millennial daters and is modeled partly after HQ Trivia, in that users answer questions in real time and get matched according to their responses.

Tran said he still focuses on the customer experience the same way he did at Apple.

"We [at Blue] always ask ourselves, 'Are we doing this because we're trying to make it easier in our own life or are we trying to improve the customer experience?'" he said. "If it's going to improve the customer experience, I should be doing it — even if it's something I know is going to take a long time and I have so many other priorities to do."

An Apple spokesperson declined to comment on the company's focus on customer experience.

Other startup founders emphasize the importance of knowing and catering to your customer

Tran's observations recall those of Evgeny Milyutin, cofounder of Happy Numbers, an artificial intelligence-enabled math education platform. Milyutin previously told Business Insider about the importance of knowing your customer and understanding their needs before designing your product.

"Understand exactly what their day looks like and what keeps them up at night. A true understanding of all their pain points, even if they are not directly related to the problem your product is solving, will help you develop a solution that customers will trust," Milyutin said.

As for Tran, he said working at Apple taught him that the customer experience should be an ongoing concern. "Your responsibility to the customer doesn't end when they install an app, or when they buy your service or good," Tran said. "How do you continue to help that customer and continue empowering them through the entire customer journey?"

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Not a day goes by without news headlines about a company failing to live up to good corporate conduct expectations. What used to be acceptable conduct some years ago is today scrutinised and criticised by the media, social interest groups, and by shareholders. The trust in companies and their managers is put to test.

AUTHOR: ANNA ROMBERG

Some years ago managers used to be treated with trips to luxurious resorts in the Alps or bear hunting trips in Siberia by their suppliers. And when it got ‘challenging’ to solve ‘local permits and red tape’ those issues could easily be solved by hiring a ‘consultant’ or ‘local partner’. As long as the dirty money was not in the company’s own books it could not be their problem, right?

" I have not encountered any western global company that would not have a Code of Conduct"

I have not encountered any western global company that would not have a Code of Conduct. Any company that aspires to do business on a global scale warrants their good values, zero tolerance for corruption and unethical conduct and say that they are a safe and trusted partner. These things are easy to say, but it takes an immense amount of work, top management commitment, resources, and a willingness to say no, to actually implement this in practice.

At Cargotec we believe in consistent and dedicated enforcement of our Code of Conduct. I know that it is hard work and I know that our industry and many of the 100 + countries where we do business have its own share of challenges. But there are no shortcuts - only by facing up to these challenges, with being transparent with the dilemmas and by having the courage to say no when a deal does not fulfill our criterias will the Code of Conduct become a reality and a way of doing business, for real.

I believe that this is the only way to do business, long term. By securing ethics and compliance, which means practical implementation of our values and standards, Cargotec will be a safe company to do business with, a safe company to work for and a safe and long term investment. In this way we can advance a level playing field where companies compete based on merit, products and pricing - in the best interest of our customers, employees, shareholders and societies where we operate.

How do you enforce your Code of Conduct?Is it only lipservice and perhaps an annual e-learning or is there real action behind the words? Do you allow for open discussion of the dilemmas and is there a willingness to say no to business and part ways with a highly performing sales manager that has not acted in line with the company values? Do you have processes for monitoring and measuring how well the program actually is working? Join the discussion and write your thoughts on the comments section below.

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