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Two articles were recently published that profiled a patient going through treatment. Both of these subjects - Robin Quivers and Andrew Youssef - discussed the importance of work in their own lives.

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Our new article on mastering your cover letter discusses some issues survivors face and offers tips for getting your foot in the door.

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The NY Times explores whether or not to disclose a hidden disability in a job interview.

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A recent study sheds light on cancer survivors' ability to return to work following treatment.

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How do you ensure that your cover letter not only imparts all necessary information, but is strong enough to get you through to the next round? Read on to learn more.

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We often hear that a cancer diagnosis can be an inspiration for change, but it can be difficult figuring out how to explain such a shift to future employers.

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During July's Ask The Experts teleconference a number of questions came up regarding how to handle treatment side effects at work. Take a look at what our panel of experts had to say.

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As one of our many fabulous community partners, today we are spotlighting Cook for Your LIFE and the important resources they offer to patients and survivors.

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A little makeup can make a big difference. That was the message behind the premiere broadcast "QVC and CEW Present Beauty with Benefits," and did it ever!

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Achieving a harmony between your work and personal life is no easy task, but is an important part of establishing and maintaining emotional balance.

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A recent study shows that the majority of women treated for breast cancer returned to their prediagnosis working time.

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NPR recently wrote a piece on the employee experience taking time off under the FMLA, and their findings illustrate how important it is to know the protections available at your company.

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We here at Cancer and Careers talk a lot about building and protecting your online brand. We urge our audience to think carefully about the personal information they post, as it could potentially hinder career success.

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Registration is now open for CAC’s 3rd annual National Conference on Work & Cancer! Experts will be covering everything from job search and career change, to legal and insurance issues and more.

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The Ticket To Work program is one of a number of Work Incentives available to those receiving SSI or SSDI.

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Cancer and Careers held our first in-service program at CancerCare last week, and it was a huge success!

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A new study shows that telecommuting increases work hours and blurs the lines between work and home, making it important to set boundaries.

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The ADA National Network provides information, guidance, and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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The Harvard Business Review recently published an article on setting boundaries on the sacrifices you are willing to make for work. While this is obviously important for all employees across the board, these boundaries can be especially necessary for cancer survivors.

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In part II of my blog series highlighting what I'm learning in my legal training with Joanna Morales, Esq., cancer rights attorney and CEO of Navigating Cancer Survivorship, I'll be discussing the job interview process.

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