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Care Guideline 9: Financial Impact of Breast Cancer

You should be given, if needed, the opportunity to be put in touch with community agencies to discuss the financial implications associated with breast cancer, including employment rights, benefit plans, coping with a loss of income, and the effects on mortgage and insurance. To get the full story on all the Guidelines go to WWW.Rethinkbreastcancer.com/Careguidelines

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