Downloadable Guides

December 2020

Cancer Survivorship: Challenges and Opportunities for Employers

More than one in three people are diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes, including a growing number of millennials. Survivors – both patients and those around them – face workplace challenges, including physical, mental, and those related to work and quality of life.

November 2019

Delivering Value in Cancer Care: The Employer Perspective

When one of your employees – or a family member – is diagnosed with cancer, you want to provide the best possible care and support.  And you want to obtain the highest value from the benefits and programs you pay for. Find out more in our new guide!


November 2018

Genomic Medicine and Employers: Separating the Hope from the Hype

What is genomic medicine?  How is it being used to improve health outcomes?  What do employers need to know?

Our new guide will introduce you to this fascinating topic!

July 2018

Improving the Cancer Patient Experience: Putting Employees at the Center of Your Cancer Benefits Strategy

Cancer strikes millions of Americans and touches many lives. When an employee or an employee’s family member is diagnosed with cancer, your benefits department will play a critical support role. This guide will help you develop a more employee-centric approach for supporting employees and their families once a cancer diagnosis has been made.


At Work with Cancer


Dr. Mark Cunningham-Hill, Medical Director, NEBGH

Michele Proscia Director, Employee Benefits, Pfizer Inc.

Trish Goldsmith, Chief Executive Officer, CancerCare

Gearing Up for the Fight

The Cancer Diagnosis – Now What?

Making Information Available When It Counts

Second Opinions Matter

The Ups and Downs of Working with Cancer

Emotional Support for Patients and Families – Employers Can Help

Fear and Emotion in the Workplace

The Employers’ Role - Meeting Challenges and Managing Expectations

Resource Roundup

"Cancer is a strong focus for us. It is very expensive, but it also is very difficult for the patient to navigate the system. Our role is to provide resources to make it easier and more comfortable for the patient and the family. It’s not ‘let’s pay the medical claim.’ It goes way beyond that."
Corporate Benefits Leader