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Theo Merz - September 2014
The Telegraph reports on a new study that indicates many men try to hold off telling their employer about their cancer diagnosis for as long as possible, and some choose never to disclose their diagnosis at work.
“Figures released today by the cancer charity Maggie’s and insurer Unum suggest that one in five men with cancer find it so difficult to tell their employer that they put off revealing their diagnosis until they have to leave to seek treatment — with one in ten failing to tell their HR department at all.”
For more information on this topic, check out “Cancer & Work: Coming to Terms with the ‘New Normal.’”
For the full article, click here.
Original source: www.telegraph.co.uk