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Reuters - January 2015
CNBC reported that while speaking at JPMorgan’s annual conference on healthcare, Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, said that he had a hard time publicly disclosing the news of his throat cancer diagnosis. Disclosure is a very personal choice, but for many with careers in the public eye, it can also be a complicated decision to make. The article explains how Dimon didn’t have much choice but to share his diagnosis publicly, due to the physical effects of his treatment protocol: “He lost 35 pounds during his cancer fight, which included chemotherapy and radiation treatment.”
The physical effects of treatment can make it difficult for patients to keep their diagnosis to themselves; here are some tips on how to manage treatment side effects.
For the full CNBC article, click here.
Original source: www.cnbc.com