Lillie Shockney Discusses MCaW, Gov. Hogan’s Diagnosis

Fri, 26 Jun 2015


Baltimore June 26, 2015 – After announcing that he had been diagnosed with an advanced, aggressive cancer of the lymph nodes, Gov. Larry Hogan emphasized his determination to continue working throughout his chemotherapy treatment.

Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Managing Cancer at Work™ program, a wellness benefit that employers can purchase and then offer for free to their employees, is uniquely designed to help these same employees understand and manage their cancer treatment.

In the wake of this announcement, Lillie Shockney, one of the Johns Hopkins experts who designed Managing Cancer at Work™ went on WYPR to talk about the issues that cancer can raise for workers, caregivers and their managers.

Listen to the full interview here.

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