Sarah Missinnne's research while affiliated with Belgian Cancer Registry and other places

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Objectives The number of workers with cancer has dramatically increasing worldwide. One of the main priorities is to preserve their quality of life and the sustainability of social security systems. We have carried out this study to assess factors associated with the ability to work after cancer. Such insight should help with the planning of rehabi...


... White-collar workers may be more likely to RTW compared to blue-collar workers as seen in other cancer types [58,59]. Occupation type may be a confounder for education level, physical workload and socioeconomic status, factors which may independently predict RTW and appear to be associated with RTW in both cancer including HNC and other chronic disease studies [28,40,46,47,[55][56][57][60][61][62][63]. ...