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Looking to recruit a ‘stronger’ and ‘more committed’ workforce? Consider cancer survivors

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Verna Boyd, a post-surgical and cardiac nurse for over 25 years, was devastated when she learned she had breast cancer in March 2021. Due to the aggressive nature of the treatment, she had to take time away from her career.

By March 2023, Boyd was told that she was free from cancer, and she was ready to return to work. That was easier said than done.

“Because there was such a space in time that I did not work, they questioned why and I told them what was going on,” Boyd said. “I’m thinking [returning to work] is going to be no

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