What to do if your coworker has cancer

On top of being diagnosed with cancer, another worry for many patients is returning to work or working during their treatment. Will anyone notice? Will I be treated differently? Will i be able to keep up? Here are some tips to try to help you be more sensitve to how your coworker might be feeling after they have been diagnosed with cancer.

What to do:

What not to do:

This is a tough time for them and their family. Be sensitive to their emotions and respect their privacy and wishes. Keep the mood light. Be a good coworker. Be a good example for others. 

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