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Chloe Caldwell - November 2018
Despite the prevalence of cancer survivors of working age, there continues to be little coverage of the impact of cancer on someones work life and career. That's where Cancer and Careers works to bring this issue to the forefront and help survivors make the best decisions for them.
It's important to recognize the various factors involved in the decision to work after a cancer diagnosis. Figuring out why work is important, the considerations involving disclosure in the workplace or while job searching, and managing side effects while at work are all part of the process of balancing work and cancer.
Click here to read more about what CAC is doing to assist survivors as they make decisions about work.
Original source: fabfitfun.com