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One In Five Cancer Patients Discriminated Against

8 November 2016

New research from the charity Macmillan Cancer Support has found that nearly one in five (18%) of workers with cancer have been discriminated against at work because of their condition, with a similar number feeling that they have been forced out of their jobs. Furthermore, 35% of cancer patients reported negative experiences at work following their diagnosis, including being made to feel guilty about time off for appointments.

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