In our second webcast on the topic of work and breast cancer, we take a deep dive into the world of those who are self-employed. BCNA CEO Kirsten Pilatti speaks with Denielle Cutajar, business owner and breast cancer survivor, and Michael Bates, who has a background in insurance law.
The three discuss the challenges and supports that can be accessed following a breast cancer diagnosis for people who are self-employed.
Let’s be upfront about life after cancer treatment.
Let’s be Upfront about managing expectations.
Let’s be Upfront about surprises and disappointments in relationships.
Let’s be Upfront about working after breast cancer and tackling the difficult conversations you may need to have with your employer.
Let’s be Upfront about being a young woman and experiencing a breast cancer diagnosis.
Let’s be Upfront about being a young woman with breast cancer
*This article does not provide medical advice and is intended for informational purposes only.
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