Worries about money and work are common for those affected by breast cancer. However, these can be especially difficult if you are self-employed.
Along with health concerns, you may be wondering how:
The information throughout this section can assist you if you are self-employed and recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer I owned a small business and was the major family contributor. So taking time away from work was not an option and, in retrospect, I think working through the treatment was a good option for me.
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