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Working After Cancer Cancer is a disease that is caused by uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in different parts of the body. Cancer leads to uncontrolled growth in the body that causes a lump called a tumor. People who have successfully completed the cancer treatment and they are healed can always go back to work. Going back to work after cancer treatment gives you a sense of who you are and how you can fit in again. By going back to work you will be boosting your self-esteem and your income. Your job will remind you that you have a life far away from cancer. You can be a valued employee, a trusted co-worker, and even a trusted boss. At work you will be having a regular contact with people and they will assist you in forgetting the difficulties you underwent the treatment. Being around people at work will make you feel comfortable because during the treatment you were feeling lonely and isolated. Always contact your employer before going back to work so that you can check on the options they have for you. As you take the job ask them if they can offer you a job that will ease your mind and body. There are some people who will cope very fast with full-time job and others will take some time to adjust. When you report to work, you will feel tired and you will find it difficult to focus at first. As you get back to your normal life you should take care of yourself. You will cope at the workplace by talking to your co-workers when you get back to work. It is important that you check on how open you will be when it comes to sharing your cancer experience with your co-workers. There are some working environments where you cannot benefit by sharing your cancer experience. It will not be wise to share your cancer experience in institutions that are highly competitive and a fast paced working environment. If you don’t get an opportunity to share your experience you should never feel pressured. It is important to seek legal protection when you go back to work after the cancer treatment. Regardless your cancer situation you will be having some rights as an employee and you should be given equal opportunities like others. Your treatment at work should depend entirely on your qualifications and abilities. Legally you are not supposed to be fired because you are sick as long as you are fulfilling your duties and responsibilities. Finally, you should consider accommodations at work if you go to work after cancer treatment. At work there are no standards that should be lowered so that an employee can be accommodated.Case Study: My Experience With Resources

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