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Resource Kit: Champion cancer prevention and survivorship in the workplace

By building a supportive culture of cancer prevention and survivorship you foster a healthy, fulfilled workforce.

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Lead the way with proactive steps to protect your best investment — your employees

Read the guide for the latest insights on how to care for your employees’ total health — from cancer prevention to survivorship.

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Are you prepared to handle cancer in the workplace?

Get the checklist to take quick action when an employee is diagnosed with cancer from legal requirements to support during treatment.

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To put that into perspective: an estimated 9.4 million cancer screenings were postponed from January to July 2020.2 As screenings resumed, later-stage cancers were diagnosed — ones that could have been caught earlier. As the number of cancer diagnoses increases, the need for a healthier workplace becomes even more critical. Investing in a cancer benefits strategy that spans prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship is smart business.

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Breast cancer survivor story

Discover Heidi Hayes’ story from diagnosis to survivorship and how an integrated approach to cancer care impacted her life.

Managing cancer care in the workplace

Watch a panel of experts discuss how a cancer prevention strategy and screening can lead to healthier outcomes for your employees.

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1“Association of cancer screening deficit in the United States with the COVID-19 pandemic,” JAMA Oncology, 29 April 2021.
2”Screenings For Cancer Dropped Dramatically During The Pandemic,” National Public Radio, July 12, 2021.