POST-CHEMO WHITE BLOODCOUNT NOT REBOUNDING

After reading numerous articles, I have only found that the fact that my ANC remains at 880 six weeks (low white blood cell count) after treatment ended can mean: A) bone marrow may not recover - not a good prognosis B) Some sort of bone cancer has developed - also not a good prognosis C) UK study of breast cancer patients showed that a it can take up to nine months to return T and B cell counts to normal levels! - not good but still able to recover.... or D) Who the hell knows. My oncologist of course wants me to get another Neulasta injection, which I will do but my concern is what's causing this to occur. She seems somewhat concerned..

Is there anyone who has had this experience and can offer some insight?

Thanks.

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