Vaginal Cancer

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Vaginal Cancer

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Sharing your tell, or not to tell

Having a cancer diagnosis, particularly a vaginal cancer diagnosis, brings with it the awkward position of either having to tell people what's going on or trying to keep it to yourself.  In my case, I wasn't inclined to broadcast to friends and family that I had cancer of the I told only those I had to.  Like my bosses, and my direct reports--both of whom would obviously notice the sudden departures from work for treatments.  The curse of being a workaholic is that everyone comes to expect that you're always at work, so when you're not, it's somewhat conspicuous. 

So in total, probably about 5 or 6 people at work knew I had cancer.  I gotta say I think it would have been…

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