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Michele Miller - February 2015
The Tampa Bay Times shared the story of Terri Hesse, who was diagnosed with melanoma while undergoing treatment for chronic myloid leukemia and returned to work three months after surgery. The article explains how Hesse navigated adjusting back to work:
"Just three months after surgery, Hesse returned to work at Morton Plant North Bay Hospital. When she found it difficult to be on her feet for 12-hour shifts, she was proactive in signing up for vocational counseling through Cigna Health Insurance Co. That helped her negotiate a work schedule she could build on, starting with eight-hour shifts in the emergency room doing triage, as well as tending to patients."
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Original source: www.tampabay.com