Employment/Financial/Legal issues for the Cancer Survivor


Employment Experience of Cancer Survivors Two years post-Diagnosis in the Study of Cancer Survivors- I

Journal of Cancer Survivorship, Volume 6, # 2, 2012, pp. 210-218.  First author: Yu, Miao

Change in Working Time in a Population-Based Cohort of Patients with Breast Cancer

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 30,  # 23,  August, 10, 2013, pp. 2853-2860.  First author:  Hoyer, Marie

physical, Psychosocial, Relationship, and Economic Burden of Caring for People with Cancer: A Review

The Journal of Oncology Practice, Volume 9, # 4, July, 2013, pp. 197-202.  First author: Girgis, Afaf.

Help Your Patients Balance Work and Cancer- Educational Series for Health Care Professionals

Long-Term Financial Burden of Breast Cancer: Experiences of a Diverse Cohort of Survivors Identified through Population-Based Registries

Journal of Clinical Oncology, Volume 32, # 10, 3/24/14.  First author: Jagsi, Reshma

Unintended Consequences: The Social Context of Cancer Survivors and Work

Journal of Cancer Survivorship, June, 2014, Volume 8, # 2, pp. 269-281.  First author: Ya King Mak, Angela

Cancer Survivors Face Unique Challenges Reentering the Workforce

The ASCO Post, July 25, 2014, p. 101.  Author: Cavallo, Jo

How mothers diagnosed with breast cancer manage the sociological boundaries between paid work, family, and caring for the self

Social Science and Medicine, September, 2014, pp. 96-106.  Author: Mackenzie, Catherine R.

The Provision of Workplace Accommodations following Cancer: Survivor, Provider, and Employer Perspectives

Journal of Cancer Survivorship, June, 2016, Volume 10, # 3, pp.489-504, first author: Stergiou-Kita, Mary