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Laurie Allen - February 2019
More and more patients and survivors are looking at work not just as a way to access benefits and insurance, but also as a source of support and welcome distraction following a cancer diagnosis. Work can help survivors maintain a semblance of normalcy by providing routine and a social network.
Feeling productive at a time when many aspects of life feel out of your control, can really aid in empowerment and confidence. And, in order to succeed at work after a diagnosis, it's also important to understand what resources are available as you navigate working with a diagnosis.
For more information on the way work can play a positive role during and after treatment, click here.
Original source: www.columbusceo.com