Practical Concerns After Treatment

Cancer can have a long-lasting impact on many practical areas of your life including returning to work after treatment.
City of Hope will help you navigate your health insurance to determine what’s covered after treatment ends.
Since many cancer patients stop working at some point during treatment, it can be challenging for survivors to re-enter the workforce.
Legally, your cancer history can’t be used against you in the workplace, and you don’t have to tell potential employers about your medical history. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guarantees your right to health privacy and prohibits employers with 15 or more employees, from discriminating against employees or qualified job applicants based on disability, including cancer.