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Today we would like to spotlight our dear friends and community partner, Triage Cancer. You may already be familiar with them as they have graciously partnered with us for many of our events as our go-to cancer and employment legal experts. But we would like to share a little more about who they are and what they do!

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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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Flexjobs is back offering discounts to any of our readers looking for flexible work options.

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

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We're so thrilled to share two new and exciting initiatives by our sponsors!

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We are always on the lookout for organizations who are doing great work and that you would likely be interested in learning about. Breastcancer.org is by no means new, but it is due time for us to spotlight the great programs that they offer for breast cancer survivors!

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We are so privileged to be working with three incredible organizations in the cancer community on our Beauty of Caring event in Miami.

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Legal issues is one of the largest needs our users have and we often bring in experts to address them and provide assistance. So when we heard about the National Cancer Legal Services Network (NCLSN), it was only fitting that we spread the word!

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WhatNext is an excellent online networking resource for patients and survivors alike to connect to others with a similar diagnosis, share their story, and ask for expert opinions. Cancer and Careers was recently chosen to offer advice regarding the issues surrounding work & cancer.

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We are so privileged to work with a variety of incredible organizations in the cancer community. Come and check them out!

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TalkAboutHealth has become the go-to resource for patients and survivors alike to ask questions covering everything from medication side effects to emotional health, and get straight, direct answers from the leading experts. Cancer and Careers was recently chosen to be the resident expert on issues regarding work & cancer.

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Bright Pink is a national non-profit organization that provides education and support to young women who are at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer.

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MyLifeLine.org is a Cancer and Careers community partner that provides free websites to cancer patients and survivors, all for free!

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The Cancer Support Community: ensuring that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community.

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CancerCare is a national nonprofit that provides free professional support services for anyone affected by cancer. Their programs include publications, financial support, online, face-to-face and telephone counseling, local events and Telephone Education Workshops.

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Periodically we like to spotlight organizations we think are doing innovative and important work, today we'd like to introduce First Descents.

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We first got to know Imerman Angels when we met its charming and energetic founder Jonny (Imerman) at a conference a couple years ago. Since then we've been amazed to discover that Jonny is literally everywhere we go and takes his role as the Chief Mission Officer to the limit. Including the fact that we have never seen him don a shirt that didn't

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Spirit Jump is a non-profit cancer organization founded in 2007 that I discovered through Twitter. Thanks to their grassroots efforts, active supporters, and straightforward mission they have become quite popular and are filling a niche that truly touches all of those that it reaches.

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