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Janet Kim - August 2014
A recent article on EverydayHealth.com examines the issues working people face as they try to manage cancer and at the same time continue to do their job. For some, maintaining their regular work schedule — or being able to show up at all — is not an option; the side effects from treatment are just too depleting. Yet many employees can’t conceive of not working — because they need the income, the insurance and/or the reprieve the job gives them from all things cancer. Writer Janet Kim, who consulted Cancer and Careers for this piece, takes a comprehensive look at the cancer–work dilemma. For guidance on how to create an action plan, click here. And for the full article, click here.
Original source: www.everydayhealth.com