Washington Post Article Features Johns Hopkins Managing Cancer at Work Program

Sun, 11 Dec 2016

ahp_1709When a family member is diagnosed with cancer, the repercussions are widely felt, not only at home but also in the workplace. Caregivers may struggle to figure out when and what to tell co-workers and employers. Anxiety about their loved one’s diagnosis is coupled with concerns about continuing to do their own job. The Washington Post’s Alison Snyder notes how programs like Johns Hopkins’ Managing Cancer at Work benefits both employees and their employers.

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