Be the Boss Over Cancer

As the definitive national authority on work and cancer, Cancer and Careers empowers and educates people with cancer to thrive in the workplace. Our innovative programs for survivors and healthcare professionals provide the vital support, tools and information they need to navigate the practical and legal challenges that follow a diagnosis.  Online, in print and in person, Cancer and Careers helps nearly 300,000 individuals each year, across all 50 states.

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Impact

Nearly 300,000 individuals access expert information, support and resources, online, in print, and in person.

Our experts presented in 20 states, including 8 full-day accredited In-Service Trainings for healthcare professionals

45,554 publications were distributed in English and in Spanish

122 resumes of survivors looking to return to work were reviewed for free

90% of US News and World Reports Top 50 Cancer Hospitals use our resources and attend our educational events

Don’t take our word for it - Our evaluations have been consistently glowing: 

“As a survivor and still fighting, I want to thank CEW and QVC. I hope this event makes corporations realizethat it is harder than anything you may do in your life to endure chemo and radiation treatments and still get yourself up to go to work…”                   ~Cancer Survivor, QVC & CEW Presents Beauty with Benefits Customer

It was WONDERFUL to get feedback from an expert in the field, as well as a neutral third party's opinion [on my resume]...someone who has never met me before and could objectively give me their opinion and advice. THANK YOU!!  ~Resume Review Service Client

Cancer and Careers really gets all the issues at hand in returning to work—debt, insurance, fatigue/body changes, accommodations, career change and [job] search. The scholarship was so helpful and critical in my being able to attend. I will do my best to spread the word about CAC as I would have loved to know about CAC much earlier in my diagnosis.                 ~Cancer Survivor, National Conference on Work & Cancer Scholarship Recipient