Wednesday, October 01, 2014
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Keeping your career a priority during breast cancer treatment is up to you. However, discussing your plan with your doctor and human resources department at work can help you come up with a strategy that works best for your treatment and survival. There is something to be said for maintaining normalcy in your life, so working as long as you feel healthy can be good for you emotionally.

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For a long time after my diagnosis I was not part of the pink ribbon club. Breast cancer awareness month felt more like a big pink marketing machine that served as a constant reminder of the cancer I longed to forget. But then I started to read editorials and blogs and overhear conversations centered on what I call "Pink Envy." …

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Phyllis Johnson, Health Guide, commented on Seven Strategies for Avoiding… That's wonderful that you were able to work through all of your chemo.  My…

06/17/14

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PJ Hamel, Health Guide, posted Paying for Cancer Treatment: First,… Breast cancer treatment can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. If…

10/02/12

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Phyllis Johnson, Health Guide, commented on Not Done Yet The name of the bill is the Women's Health Care and Cancer Rights Act of 1998.  I've provided the link…

02/16/12

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Phyllis Johnson, Health Guide, posted Voice Recognition: Asking for Help at…   Two recent events started me to thinking about balancing work and…

03/16/11

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