I'm in a quandary! After having been out of work for several months, I was hired as a temp-to-perm worker just before my biopsy. The employer has been wonderfully understanding about the leave I have needed to pursue medical appointments and surgery. I have just started my series of chemotherapy treatments, and returned to work yesterday feeling pretty well, only to be told that the company is downsizing, and I'm being laid off at the end of June (about 10 days from now). Knowing that I'm going to be pretty much out of commission one week out of every three over the next few months, I don't know what to tell potential employers, or even if I should search for a job at this point. Unfortunately, I have not had health insurance all during this time, so I've been paying for everything out of pocket. My spouse and I have not entirely spent out our reserves, but there will be a hard stop somewhere along the way. Any advice you might be able to give me would be very, very helpful.