Colorectal Cancer: Newly Diagnosed: Small Business Owner (Stages 2, 3, 4)
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You may be tempted to speed up medical decisions such as which doctor(s) to use and which treatment(s) to under due to pressing business matters. Both of these decisions are important to your long term health and should not be made on a rush basis. In fact, it is usually advisable to even take the time to get a second opinion about your diagnosis and treatment options from another cancer expert before deciding about a treatment plan.
If you are feeling pressure to act quickly for business reasons, a close family member or friend to help you with these decisions.
Which of your employees, suppliers and customers to tell about your diagnosis, when to tell them, and what to tell them.
How to continue your business during treatment and after. With smart mobile phones, pads and lap tops, you can be in a hospital and people will not know where you are.
While it is not necessary to do at this moment, it is advisable to take the time to think through the various issues that could be affected by your diagnosis. Also think about what would happen with your treatment if there were a natural disaster which affects your treatment center. Which leads to good business planning as well: what would you do if a natural disaster affected your suppliers and/or customers? You may find that a planning day with your advisors may be helpful.
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