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How to Support a Coworker or Employee Dealing With Cancer

Cancer can affect anyone at any time, and often crops up when you least expect it. Even if your health is in excellent condition and you follow the conventional advice of eating healthy and exercising, because cancer is simply the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells, which can happen spontaneously. It’s an unfortunate reality that millions of people are currently struggling with—and if your team is big enough, eventually, you’ll be faced with one of your team members or employees struggling with the disease.
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