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Cancer and the Workplace

Lillie Shockney clears up some misconceptions that patients and employers have regarding functioning in the workplace after being diagnosed with cancer.
Video Library – March 30, 2018
Lillie D. Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, HON-ONN-CG
26-year cancer survivor University Distinguished Service Professor of Breast Cancer Professor of Surgery, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Co-Developer of Work Stride—Managing Cancer at Work,
Johns Hopkins Healthcare Solutions Co-Founder, AONN+
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Last modified: March 30, 2018

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