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Breast cancer: Post Treatment 0 - 6 Months: Small Business Owners


Take it easy on yourself at work. This may be the time to take the vacation you haven't taken lately.

You and other people are likely to expect that now that treatment is over, you will be back to your former self, including mental alertness and energy. In fact, it may take a while for both to return.  Also, depression after the end of treatment is common and may also slow you down if it occurs.

If you haven't before, start to think about how to continue your business if you become unable to continue to work or even if you die. A planning day with your advisors may be helpful to consider business continuation and other subjects to think about triggered by your diagnosis.

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