From Your NavigatorWork & Cancer
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.
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
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Last modified: March 10, 2022