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Alizah Salario - July 2016
As strides in research and treatments improve, cancer is no longer the death sentence many believed it to be. More people are living with the disease than ever before, which means there are more people continuing to work through their diagnosis and treatment. Cancer and Careers' Chief Mission Officer, Rebecca Nellis, offers insight.
Nellis explains that, although cancer is disruptive by it's very nature, and working during chemo or radiation is rarely an "orderly situation", there are ways to best prepare yourself for either working during or after treatment. Some steps include gathering information, staying informed of your workplace rights. recognizing what support looks and feels like, and knowing your self-worth.
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Original source: www.metro.us