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Answers to legal questions: 800.669.4000

Potentially life-threatening illnesses such as cancer can cause patients to encounter various forms of discrimination. There is help available should you experience discrimination at your place of work. Cancer is covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Cancer Legal Resource Center (Loyola Law School

Provides information and educational outreach on cancer-related legal issues to people with cancer and others impacted by the disease. A program of the Loyola Law School and the Western Law Center for Disability Rights.

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Cancer: Your Job, Insurance and the Law: 800.227.2345

Summarizes cancer patients' legal rights regarding insurance and employment; gives complaint procedure instruction.

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Legal Momentum Advancing Women's Rights

Legal Momentum advances the rights of women and girls by using the power of the law and creating innovative public policy. 202-544-4470LDEF Helpline: 212-925-6635

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U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) - 800.669.4000

Offers free or reduced cost legal services.

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U.S. Living Will Registry

Protecting your choice and your peace of mind with an Advance Directive. Find Advance Directive forms and more within web site

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Cancer Legal Resource Center Advice

Legal advice for cancer patients. 213-736-1455

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CRLA Agricultural Worker Health Project

California Rural Legal Assistance, Inc. (CRLA) has been a leading advocate for the rights of farmworkers and other low wage workers in California since 1966. CRLA has over twenty field offices in rural areas of California. We have five priority areas: housing, employment, education, family security (including public benefits), and civil rights. CRLA devotes a significant percentage of its resources to the employment and housing needs of California's rural poor, primarily farmworkers and their families.

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Farmworker Justice

Works to empower migrant and seasonal farmworkers to improve their living and working conditions, immigration status, health, occupational safety, and access to justice. Works with farmworkers and their families to reduce and eliminate their exposures to pesticides.

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Framing Legal Care as Health Care

"This new guide from the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership is intended to help civil legal aid practitioners message their work to health care audiences in order to build stronger cross sector medical-legal partnerships and to encourage investment in that work."

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