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10-7-18: When Cancer Comes to Work, Oct 18 event. www.cancerpathways.org

Anna Gottlieb, Executive Director, and Elisabeth Clymer, Program Manager, with Cancer Pathways in Seattle have important information that affects each of us, because cancer does touch each of us in some way. Cancer Pathways, formerly Gilda’s Club in Seattle, provides education, support, a place to connect and to be heard. Cancer Pathways goes out to the community — they have a great program for high schools where the focus is on Prevention. And they are offering a new workshop for employers and management personnel: When Cancer Comes to Work. People who are undergoing treatment, somewhere in the long process, report various kinds of challenges in their workplace. Education and awareness help everyone, and this workshop on October 18 in downtown Seattle is a great one. Registration is required. Event is free. www.cancerpathways.org

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