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Recognising this reality and the urgency a coherent supportive framework for all working cancer patients and survivors in
At a time when the European Union is looking at issues such as Patients mobility, freedom of professional establishment within the EU, and the protection of human rights, ECL urged MEPs to better protect the task force that suffers/suffered from cancer but is still valid and could perform well for the benefit of growth and wealth of the European Union.
In particular, ECL is calling for:
· better protection of employees,
· maintaining employment with policies that enable the employee either to go back to the same job or to be redeployed to a different position in the same company,
· support from employment authorities for the employee to look for a new job and access to training and re-training schemes
· access to insurance and bank loans
· special protection for vulnerable people, such as single parents, unskilled workers, ethnic minorities, self-employed
· policies to allow families to take special leave during the cancer patient’s treatment, to benefit from financial support and to offer flexibility at work
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The MEPs and ECL representatives looked at ways to concretely influence the legislation in favor of workers who suffer from life-long diseases, and discussed the best ways of working with members’ states in this perspective.
“With this first exchange of views, we parliamentarians have stressed today once more the importance of better protection of cancer patients at work. Cancer patients have to be treated fairly and with respect at work” said MEP Karin Jöns.
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For further information please contact:
Pascale Blaes, Belgian Foundation Against Cancer
Tel: + 32 2 733 68 68