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Rebecca V. Nellis, MPP - May 2017
Many things come to mind when thinking about cancer. However, for a long time many people were not considering the implication of cancer on work, as the focus tends to be on surviving the diagnosis. With the advancements made in treatment, and the increase in survivorship, the role of work after a cancer diagnosis is profound.
Balancing employment, during and after treatment, can be complicated. With doctors appointments and lasting treatment side-effects, among the many other factors present, working after a diagnosis presents some very distinct challenges. Cancer and Careers' Chief Mission Officer, Rebecca Nellis, explains some of the statistics surrounding the intersection of work and cancer, as well as describing some of the information that Cancer and Careers provides to those who come to us for guidance and education.
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Original source: www.thinkanthem.com