Over 600,000 people were expected to die from cancer in 2018, according to a study by the American Cancer Society. Early diagnosis is the best chance of survival — the only problem is, not everyone participates in regular cancer screenings. reports Employee Business News.
That’s where employers come in. As health plan providers, employers are in a great position to encourage their workforce to get routine cancer screenings, says Brenda Yang, senior vice president of Rally Health.
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