We joined forces once again with a national blood cancer support charity for a motion graphics video all about a medical condition.
Formed in 1969 in Worcester, Leukaemia CARE is a national charity dedicated to supporting patients and their families affected by blood cancer.
The organisation offers a number of support services – one of which is the provision of information on its website and on printed literature to help those affected understand what they are going through.
As part of this service, Leukaemia CARE have put together some information about a medical condition called neutropenia – an affliction resulting from when the body fails to produce enough of a type of white blood cell that helps fight infection.
To complement this information, Leukaemia CARE got in touch with us to ask if we could create a motion graphics video for them explaining what neutropenia is and what following “a neutropenic diet” means!
Our video for this assignment may be a short one – coming in at just over 1 minute long – but what it lacks in length it makes up in information!
Our motion graphics video first explains a little more about the condition, before highlighting what foods somebody with neutropenia should avoid – “risk foods” such as unpasteurised dairy products, raw shellfish and meat, and probiotic products.
Combined with a professional voice-over and background music, our effort is the perfect one-stop guide for all things neutropenia and the neutropenic diet!
For more on neutropenia, and everything else Leukaemia CARE can provide information on, visit its website.
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