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All cancer has a genetic basis since it is triggered by mutations (changes) in the genes of a cell. These changes cause cells to reproduce in an unstructured, abnormal way. Genetic changes can have many causes.
When you find out that you have cancer, after the shock and disbelief wear off, you look for ways to fight the disease. You find an oncologist and begin treatment. However, before you are able to truly move forward, you may have to take a look back.
If you are re-entering the workforce after a cancer diagnosis, you are not alone. Whether you are returning to work full-time, part-time, or starting a new job altogether, going from “cancer patient” to employee can be a difficult transition.
Cancer affects the whole family, not just the person dealing with the disease. All families are not alike and not all families will deal with cancer in the same way.
Facing a cancer diagnosis is a challenge that no one should have to face alone. When you are told you have cancer, the diagnosis affects you and your family and friends. No one handles a cancer diagnosis in the same way.
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